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.