Review: Kyocera Echo
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FYI on the echo
http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/p_forum.php?fm=m&ff ... »
I've been saying this all along...
"The Echo is the first handset that can honestly and truly multitask, as far as I am concerned"
And it's true.
No matter how hard you bash Windows phone or iOS, NO PHONE truly multi-tasks unless you can actually USE two apps at the same time like on a computer.
It would be fun to see a better manufacturer produce a phone like this... HTC???
Kyocera might not be at the height of fashion, but they have usually built solid devices (7135, anyone??).
Has Sanyo/Kyocera made any successful phones yet?
as for quality, the only phone to date that has actually impressed me in the Taho
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i would like to thank sprint for thinking outside the box.
Producing a great product is something else entirely.
Putting a small battery in a multi-screen phone with a 1GHZ single-core processor sounds like a terrible idea.
And there is no "multi-tasking" ...
Is this your first Android smartphone?
To its cre...
1370 MAh battery?
Running two full size screen? I see this thing lasting 2 hours at a time (no matter what the PS spec says).
Two months before this phone gets delegated to pre-paid.
There is no way people are going to contract themselves into this Kyocera Phone.
Because More phones will support dual screen and so will more versions of Android OS. Sorry but you are wrong on this one.
Additional reading on this phone.
http://www.engadget.com/2011/02/07/sprints-kyocera-e ... »
certain apps have been designed to run on both screen, like the web browser, but a market launch will show how well this will work. i'm sure the extra battery strongly will come in handy , but no excuse for poor battery life.