About one month ago, Sprint announced its very first dual-screen Android handset: the Kyocera Echo (model number M9300).
Back then, Sprint said that the Echo would be available “this spring.”
While we don’t have an exact launch date for the smartphone yet, it’s worth mentioning that the FCC has just approved it – so Sprint could start selling it anytime now.
Running Android 2.2 Froyo, the Kyocera Echo features two 3.5 inch WVGA displays, Wi-Fi (with hotspot capability), 5MP autofocus camera, 1GHz processor, and an 8GB memory card pre-installed. It will cost $199 with a new 2-yr contract agreement.
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