Sprint touts its new Kyocera Echo as the world’s first dual touchscreen phone. Featuring “two 3.5-inch screens [that when] unfolded and snapped together, you get a single 4.7-inch diagonally-measured square with an eighth-of-an-inch bezel screen between them.” Available this spring, priced at $199.99 with new service agreement. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for the videos.
The Echo�s Android 2.2 OS has been optimized to operate three ways. You can run a single app across the one large screen and scroll around as if it were one screen. You can run a single app divided logically in half.