Kyocera Echo Dual-screen Android Phone

by Johan on February 7, 2011

Sprint and Kyocera Communications have proudly introduced the first dual-touchscreen Android smartphone, the Kyocera Echo. This Android-powered smartphone features two high-resolution 3.5-inch WVGA touchscreen displays connected by a patent-pending “pivot hinge” that enables the two displays to operate independently, side-by-side or combined to form an oversized 4.7-inch (diagonally) integrated display. In its closed position, the Kyocera Echo is a pocket-friendly, single-display smartphone. When opened, the Echo reveals a revolutionary new platform for wireless multitasking and provides users a new level of versatility in Android. The Kyocera Echo also has a 1GHz processor, the Google Android 2.2 OS, a 5MP camera with 720p video capabilities and 3G. Folks in the US will be able to purchase this smartphone for around $199. [Kyocera]

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