Mar 15, 2011
Nic Cho

Kyocera Echo To Hit Sprint Stores On April 17 For $200 (Reserve Now Starting March 26)

Sprint and Kyocera have announced the upcoming launch of new innovative Kyocera Echo multi-tasking Android-powered handset, which claims as the first dual-touchscreen smartphone, featuring dual 3.5-inch WVGA touchscreen connected by an unique 3-dimensional pivot hinge to achieve tablet-like experience, thanks to the oversized 4.7-inch display (combination of 2 screens).

In addition to two 3.5″ touchscreens, Kyocera Echo also comes equipped with 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, full HTML Web browser with Google Search, corporate and personal e-mail, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Wi-Fi and 1GB internal memory, based on Android 2.2 Froyo operating system.

“Continuing to set the bar high in Android innovation, Sprint is thrilled to bring this industry-first device to the market,” commented Fared Adib, vice president Product at Sprint. “Kyocera Echo’s unique dual-screen, Simul-tasking capabilities allow customers to do things they have never before done on a wireless handset. We believe customers will really appreciate and leverage the dual-screen capabilities and are excited to partner with Kyocera to bring this innovation to Sprint customers.

The new pocket-sized Kyocera Echo dual-touchscreen Android smartphone that comes a free 8GB microSD memory card is scheduled to hit Sprint stores on April 27 for $199.99 on a new 2-year contract, and the pre-orders for Kyocera Echo is starting March 26 via (Reserve Now).

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