Articles about kyocera echo

Kyocera Echo added to Sprint End of Life listing
Earlier this month Sprint updated its End of Life listing, signaling an end to the HTC EVO 4G, BlackBerry Bold 9650 and Sanyo Innuendo. Now it looks like the phones will be given another month on the shelf but we’ll be seeing an additional phone added to the EOL list: the Kyocera Echo. Despite being less than a year old, it looks like the phone hasn’t caught on long enough […]

Kyocera Echo Gingerbread update suspended
We previously reported that the Gingerbread update for the Kyocera Echo was bricking phones, with even a couple of our readers chiming in with their own stories. Well it looks like Sprint has had dealt with enough customers calling in to complain about the update and the carrier has decided to suspend the update. In the mean time it will be looking into the problem, and will try to figure […]

Kyocera Echo Gingerbread update reported to brick phones
Did you pick up the dual-screen Android device, the Kyocera Echo, when it was released earlier this year? If you have then we’ve got some good news and bad news for you. The good news? It has been reported that the OTA Android 2.3 Gingerbread update is now finally live and rolling out to you guys over the next few weeks. If this means wholesome Android 2.3 on your unique […]

Microsoft patent suggests a detachable dual-screened smartphone
Dual-screened devices can sometimes prove to be a good thing, or a bad thing. In terms of gaming, the Nintendo DS proved to be very successful with the dual-screen design. The smartphone, Kyocera Echo, which was a rather unique offering during its time, sort of fell flat, although Sony’s yet-to-be-released S2 tablet has us wanting more, probably due to all the hype that they have managed to create. As it […]


How durable is the Kyocera Echo?
When the Kyocera Echo was released, it proved to be quite a revolutionary device in terms of smartphones, as it was the first dual-screened smartphone, and even more impressive because Kyocera wasn’t exactly known for their smartphones. The device however has had its hits and misses, with some users ending up frustrated with the interface and also reports that battery life was far from stellar, to the point where a […]

Kyocera Echo launched over at Sprint
As promised, Sprint has just launched their dual screen Kyocera Echo smartphone that is powered by Google’s Android operating system, retailing for $199.99 as you tie yourself down to a new two-year service agreement (or an eligible upgrade for current users, of course). Of course, a phone like this will clearly stand out from the rest of the Android handsets that are in the market simply because it boasts two […]

Sprint Kyocera Echo dual-screen Android phone now up for pre-order
If you’ve been waiting for the upcoming dual-screen Android phone from Kyocera to arrive on Sprint, today’s news should get you a wee bit more excited. The Kyocera Echo is now up for pre-order on Sprint. The phone that’s been slated to arrive on April 17 will set you back $199.99 after a mail in $100 rebate with a 2-year contract on Sprint. The dual-screen Kyocera Echo packs a 1GHz […]

HTC Arrive and Kyocera Echo product names surface
Is this a baseless rumor or a juicy leak? High quality vector graphics of some product names have surfaced and they’re apparently destined for Sprint. The HTC Arrive that is pictured here is apparently an upcoming Windows Phone 7 device and it so happens that the trademark for the “HTC Arrive” was registered recently too. The other device is listed as the Kyocera Echo and is apparently the retail name […]