Kyocera Echo, the already famous dual screen Android phone will be coming on April 17th, via Sprint. The carrier will sell it for $199 and we sure hope the bugs we’ve been hearing about have been solved. There was talk about the battery not lasting long enough and the screen interaction being poor…
Now, we must mention that the handset only supports Bluetooth and WiFi, with no trace of Sprint 4G on its specs list. You can pre-order your Echo unit starting March 26th, if you’re interested. The handset also comes with two 3.5 inch LCD displays, a microSD card slot (32GB) and a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and 720p video capture.