Kyocera Echo makes a pit stop in the FCC on its way to Sprint's shelves

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| Published: March 10, 2011

Kyocera Echo FCC

Kyocera's Echo is slated to bring double the displays, and potentially double the fun, of your normal Android handset to Sprint this spring, but it's exact launch date still hasn't been made official. Thanks to the good ol' FCC, though, we now know that the Echo may not be too far off. As you can see above, Kyocera's newest Android phone just got the A-OK from the Federal Communications Commission. There's no launch date to be found, but it certainly seems like we getting close.

The Kyocera Echo is sure to gain a decent amount of attention when it arrives thanks to its dual-display form factor, but I'm not sure how much of that'll actually translate into sales. Would any of you consider picking up the "simultasking" Echo when it launches for $199.99 on contract? If you're on the fence, our hands-on with the device is embedded below.

Via Engadget, FCC

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