The Kyocera Echo launched to pretty mixed feelings. It’s dual-screen design was both innovative and frustrating, with a user interface that at times just missed the mark and a battery life that led to the manufacturer including a second battery and charger out of the box. But for all its flaws, the Echo is apparently quite durable. Just ask this kid in a lab coat, who touts the Echo’s nearly-indestructable copper alloy hinge and Gorilla Glass screens. Yep, that’s twice the durability thanks to twice the displays. Too bad it’s going to take a bit more than banging the Echo on a table to get us interested in the handset again.
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