New York – Sprint (NYSE: S) has introduced the Kyocera Echo, which it
says is the first touchscreen mobile smartphone to feature dual screens. Slated
for release in the spring for $199 with a two-year service contract, the
Android-based Echo lets users combine the screens to view video on a display
that measures 4.7 inches. The dual screens are also utilized in a variety of
ways, for multitasking and enhanced interactivity with applications.