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MetroPCS adds Kyocera Laylo, Domino

The Domino and Laylo phones offer simple designs and basic features.

Kyocera Laylo Kent German/CNET

Apologies for missing this in the pre-Christmas rush, but MetroPCSadded the Kyocera Laylo and Domino to its lineup last Wednesday.

The Laylo, aka the Kyocera M1400, launched last April at the CTIA 2009 show. The slider phone has a VGA camera, text and multimedia messaging, Bluetooth, a 500-contact phone book, a speakerphone, a personal organizer, a voice memo recorder, speaker-independent voice recognition, instant messaging, and a WAP browser. It is $99 for the carrier's no-contract service.

The Domino S1310 has a basic candy bar design. Inside you'll find Bluetooth 2.0, a WAP 2.0 browser, support for BREW, text and instant messaging, a personal organizer, and a speakerphone. It will cost you $69.