According to a 7 February Wall Street Journal report, US telco Sprint will shortly unveil a new Android smartphone that sports dual touchscreens.
The 'Echo', manufactured by Kyocera, features two 3.5in screens, the WSJ reported. A pivot hinge lets the user tuck one screen underneath the other.
The Kansas City Star's Sprint Connection blog found copy on Sprint's Web site that read: "The Kyocera Echo smashes the last barrier between you and the ultimate mobile experience. Its unique dual-touchscreen, pivot hinge design gives you all the space you need to run the apps that connect you to the people and information you need every day. Spread your work across all 4.7 inches of combined display or use each smaller display independently to run multiple apps. Closed, the Kyocera Echo is a pocket-friendly smartphone. Open it and expand your world."