Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Kyocera Echo, the first Android phone that uses dual-touch screen.

Echo runs Android 2.2 and is equipped with two 3.5-inch WVGA touchscreen display.

There is a patent-pending "hinge axis", so the screen can "operate independently, by-side or combined to form a large-screen 4.7-inch (diagonal) integrated." it is possible to change the Echo becomes like a tablet device. In fact, this handset has a "Tablet Mode" that allows you to use a single application (like a browser or map) in the second screen.

Unfortunately, Kyocera Echo is not a smart phone 4G WiMax. Sprint said that it would be available "this spring" for $ 199.99 on contract after $ 100 mail-in rebate and can be obtained through pre-orders after registration.

Other features:

Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g, Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities
5MP autofocus camera with 720p HD camcorder
512MB RAM
Snapdragon processor 1GHz
8GB microSD card included
115.0 x 56.5 x 17.2mm, 193 grams