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SafeHarbor
03-15-2011, 11:52 AM
I'm not sure if any of you have been following this since it was announced, but here are some of the top features/benefits:


Kyocera Echo features two high-resolution 3.5-inch WVGA touchscreen displays providing the ability to do two things at the same time and get more done – send an email on one screen while surfing the web on the other, watch a video on one screen while texting on the other, comparison shop online with one web site on each screen and so much more.



Single-Screen Mode with all the functionality of a single-display, touch-screen smartphone.

Simul-Task™ Mode with two of the phone’s seven core apps (messaging, e-mail, Web browsing, phone, gallery, contacts and VueQue™) running concurrently but independently on the dual displays – e.g., reading e-mail on one screen and opening a text message on the other; checking Facebook® via the browser on one screen while looking through a photo gallery on the other; or even searching the Web on one screen and checking email on the other.

Optimized Mode with both displays supporting a single, optimized app with complementary functionality and enhanced usability – e.g., composing e-mail on one screen with a touchscreen keyboard on the other; watching a YouTube™ video on one display while browsing and queuing additional YouTube videos on the other (with a preloaded Kyocera app called VueQue™); or viewing gallery images on one display while browsing image thumbnails on the other.

Tablet Mode with one application spread across both displays for a full 4.7-inch viewing area. Tablet Mode is ideal for viewing maps, videos, websites, detailed documents, and long lists on-the-go.



Curious to know how many of you with Sprint will be picking this up?

The Wait is Almost Over - Kyocera Echo (http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20110314006731/en)