Two screens or one tablet, the choice is yours! Aaron reviews the Kyocera Echo, the first dual-screen Android device. It sports a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, two 3.5-inch displays, 5-megapixel camera with HD video recording, and a version of Android 2.2 that's optimized for use on both displays. In addition to "tablet" mode, you can open two applications on both screens for maximum multitasking.
The concept is certainly unique, but without 4G connectivity, prospective buyers may go with something like the EVO 4G instead. Is it the device for you? We'll figure it out. Part 2 of 2.