Just last night we reported on how Kyocera slipped out news about their new dual screen phone. Now, less than 12 hours later, we have some pictures and added details.
If you like to multitask on your phone, the Echo could be just the ticket with its ability to run separate apps on each screen simultaneously. The screens both have 480 x 800 resolution, so put together that adds up to 4.7 inches with a whopping 960 x 800 resolution. It looks like there's still a black bar separating the screens, so I wouldn't think of this as some kind of movie mode.
Other features of the Android based Echo include a 5-megapixel camera with a 720p HD movie capture mode, a 1-GHz Snapdragon processor. That all sounds pretty good, so it's a bit of a bummer that the Echo is only 3G.
The Echo will be available from Sprint this spring for about $200 with a contract.