Smartphone, Android First Dual screen

Among the many smartphones on the market, may be made by Kyocera Echo is the first product that sailed double. Japanese handset manufacturer was released first, on Monday (07/02/2011) with in-bundling Sprint CDMA service in the U.S..

Both the screen of each form of touch screen 3.5-inch multitouch which overlap each other. At the top of the slide, the second screen was continued. Users can use one screen only, the second screen, even unify the two functions of the screen. When used together, the screen can be set straight or bent like a notebook screen.

Examples of the use of such bersamaaan screen using one screen for reading email or Internet access, while other screens to display the virtual keyboard. Or play games on one screen and another screen showing the navigation menu. Can also display maps in both screens in one view.

Such a model was previously introduced by Toshiba laptops with the release of Libretto. Acer will launch the same notebook model this year. However, for smartphones, Echo of Kyocera may be the first.

The screen itself each resolution 480 × 800 pixels, and when used together, to 4.7 inches with a resolution of 960 × 800 pixels. Echo equipped with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 1 GHz processor, operating system Android 2.2 (Froyo), 5 MP camera which can record 720p HD video, and works on 3G networks. Sprint offers a price of U.S. $ 199 with 2-year subscription contract.

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