The QWERTY handset is an affordable option for those with basic cell phone needs.
If your dream phone is a free handset with a QWERTY keyboard and good call quality, the Kyocera Brio is right up your alley.
The Kyocera Brio is a new feature phone for Sprint; it's free with a new two-year service agreement.
The Kyocera Brio is Sprint's latest freebie for signing up for a new two-year contract.
There's still a need for basic phones, and what's even better is when they're free. The Kyocera Brio is one such device for Sprint.
The Android 4.1 handset finds a home in the upper echelon of the carrier's smartphone lineup.
The Kyocera Brio is worth the price you pay for it, but unless you're in the market for a free feature phone with a small screen, QWERTY keyboard, and good call quality, keep on moving.
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