Entire Kyocera Echo Announcement Posted on YouTube [VIDEO]

Sprint has posted the entire announcement from yesterday’s Blaine-filled event in New York on YouTube. There are three parts to this monster – not including the Blaine-age, unfortunately – so hunker down and see just how Sprint introduced the first dual-screen Android device from Kyocera, the Echo.

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  • TatiG

    can we pls forget Kyocera Echo and move on to better things?

  • austin

    agreed

  • moises

    can you please stop with this torture, this piece of crap is not worth the time and energy you guys are putting in ti it, enough already.

  • moises

    i am beginning to wander if Verizon or at&t are paying you guys to do this to us sprint customers?

  • hates this website

    POS fail will be the worst phone of 2011

  • Zi

    Nice phone. I wish verzion got it.

  • 2Legit

    Really idea. But to many outside factors (besides the brand) will bring death to this phone before it has a chance.

  • http://gpt460 Bill Cosby

    Garbage

  • Z

    Such crap! Other companies get the nexus s, the atrix, the bionic, the thunderbolt… and sprint gets, the echo.

    Way to sh*t the bed

  • TRiP

    Sweet! Im sure this won’t attract new customers. Less players on the sprint network, means I can enjoy more data on my evo! woo hoo! No sharing bandwidth!
    Let me know when the Evo 2 comes out.

  • jeremy

    they ruined this phone when they decided to go with a single core processor. just watching the video shows how slow this phone is! when he tries to switch screens or open apps there is a serious lag something that is almost nonexistent with my 1 year old Evo. good concept but they werent thinking ahead at all when it came to processor power

  • http://market.android.com ccrulesn

    Unless the phone spec change to add dual core snapdragon 1.2GHz, 4G(Wimax), with front facing camera I will not be purchasing this phone or any other. Proud HTC Evo onwer.

  • chang3d

    If this thing does more portrait dual-screen like the Microsoft Courier concept, this thing might be pretty cool… and that’s if the apps are really multitasked instead of of the “quick hibernate/wake”

  • PimpStrong

    Touch day to be a Sprint subscriber. This phone is insulting.

  • NYCHitman1

    The press conference was a rather disappointment. Echo is nice and nifty but it didn’t really capture me. I can only imagine the horrific battery life of a product like that. I’m hoping Sprint releases some good stuff at CTIA. *crosses fingers*

  • yeahcom’n

    I agree with ccrulesn on this one. it is pretty awesome how 1 year later the Evo is still the best phone around! Love my evo!

  • PleaseBeOnSprint

    My eyes are bleeding

  • http://www.dominikstriplin.com Dominik

    This device seems to be an Android version of a device like the rumor, for people that are big on texting.

    No way is this a nuke for Mr. Hesse.

  • Dalaketh

    The idea of two screens is interesting and it may be a good idea in the future. But right now batteries are having problems with running one screen for more than a day. So lets half the life of the battery by adding a second screen.. sounds brilliant right? LOL. Right now if I check my battery status 75% of the time Display consumes the most power. So from my experience two displays would just kill the battery too fast for it to be a useful mobile device.

  • Fernando

    if i buy this cellphone… it will only be so i can throw up all over the two screens.

  • Eddy

    This seems to be a great concept. I’m not going dismiss it until I get my hands on it. I like the fact that sprint and their partners are innovating rather than just doing what Verizon or AT&T are doing. What I’m noticing, Verizon and AT&T like to pretend their the industry first when Sprint is actually rolling things out way ahead. The only industry first I can think of with AT&T and Verizon is tiered data pricing and caps.