Do you prefer driving or action-adventure games?
Choose Driving or Action-adventure.
- 7017VotesOops! Seems like something went wrong. Reloading might help.
- 21232VotesOops! Seems like something went wrong. Reloading might help.
Both Engadget and BGR have put up reviews of the Kyocera Echo. An Android phone with two screens seems to be a thoroughly innovative idea, but how well does the phone work in practice? Quite well, say the reviewers. Details, pictures and video below:
The conclusion of both blogs is similar: the idea of two screens is not so bad. Sure there is still some work to do in terms of software and battery life, but the multitasking options here are immense. Screen size is so large it almost encroaches on Galaxy Tab territory, but then the phone folds up and fits incredibly easily in your pocket when you're done. Yes it's a bit thick, but what do you expect from a phone with two screens? Kyocera will, by its own statements, continue to develop dual-screen phones to put on the market.