Boost Mobile launched a new QWERTY phone – Sanyo Juno by Kyocera. It’s a low-to-mid end feature phone, which is ideal for young users who need to check their email, chat and cyber-schmooze while on the go.
Specs wise, the QWERTY keyboard-equipped Juno sports a 1.3-megapixel camera, 2.2-inch QVGA screen, Bluetooth, GPS, speakerphone, threaded messaging, dedicated buttons for SMS/MMS and web browsing, and media player. In addition, the phone supports voicemail, Caller ID, downloadable content (games included), and also comes with a standard suite of mobile apps such as calendar, to-do list, alarm clock and so on. Boost is asking $99.99 (excluding taxes) for Juno and suggests using it on their $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan.
The device can be bought in two colors — “Impulsive Pink” and “Deep Blue” — and at the moment, it can be ordered through Boost Mobile’s website, only. In the coming weeks, the Juno will also be available through Boost Mobile Exclusive Retail Stores and select independent wireless dealer locations.