Dual-screen sporting Kyocera Echo lands FCC approval

If you think long and hard back to beginning of February, you might remember the Kyocera Echo. Sprint got together with David Blaine and threw a huge shindig for the interesting device with the dual-screen claim to fame. Well it’s now been just a little over a month since the Echo was first announced, and it has officially passed through the FCC.

Filed under “M9300,” the Echo was approved with CDMA (sorry, no 4G), WiFi b/g (sorry, no n), and Bluetooth — no surprises here. Other specs on the device include a 1GHz processor, 1GB internal storage, 5MP camera, and of course two 3.5-inch screens. For a better look at the Echo, check out the video below.

What do you guys think, are the two screens on the Echo enough to make up for the lack of a dual-core processor and 4G? Let us know in the comments below.

Via Engadget

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