I have never looked at a device from Kyocera and thought that it was cool. The latest offering from Kyocera that will land on the Sprintnetwork is called the Echo and this thing is really cool. The big feature of the Echo is that it has dual screens.
Each of those screens measure 3.5-inches and have a resolution of 800 x 480. The smartphone runs Android 2.2 and has WiFi hotspot capability that supports up to five devices. It has a full HTML web browser and all the other features you expect from an Android smartphone.
The processor under the hood is a 1GHz Snapdragon. The phone measures 115 x 56.5 x 17.2 mm and weighs 6.8 ounces. The battery inside the phone is a 1370mAh unit and it comes with a spare battery of the same capacity that can be tethered to the phone as an external power supply. Internal storage is 1GB and it has an 8GB microSD card included as well. Bluetooth and WiFi, a 5MPcamera with flash, and GPS are integrated as well.
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