You may remember back to February 7th in our little break between the holidays, new years, and CES and then of course MWC. We disrupted that great break for a quick jaunt to New York City to see David Blaine, Dan Hesse and the unveiling of the new Kyocera Echo. The world’s first dual screen Android device, sort of tablet phone.
The concept itself is kind of cool, different, and original. The way the two screens went together to form one screen with a black bar down the middle was revolutionary and a lot better than the one offered by Fujitsu. Unfortunately what was found under the hood left a little too be desired especially because the guts, including the processor and battery were powering to separate, yet syncable screens.
More after the break
We are going to give Kyocera another chance to wow us with the Echo echo echo echo echo.. at CTIA.
As you can see by the image above the Echo has now cleared the FCC, magically. At the Sprint event they announced the Echo would be available in the Spring. We know from this post, that Sprint’s spring starts April 17th so maybe then?
Just for the record though, please no worries, this phone is “introduced” and “unveiled” so it’s not taking up one of the spots in Sprint’s presentation at CTIA.
Source: Android Community