The Kyocera Echo is now ready for pre-order, but there is said to be limited quantities from Sprint – so you had better hurry if you wish to take ownership of one of these dual screen android handsets. Owners will not receive their new smartphones until April 17th, which only costs $199.99 after a $100 rebate.
There are a number of plans available for the new Kyocera Echo, which will depend on what you will use the device for, such as more calls or data. Plans starts from $69.99 all the way up to $179.99, there are also add-ons to these plans – so you better make certain you choose the correct plan for you.
Android Community picks up on the fact that the pre-order page is not all serious, as there is a game called Bottle Bustin’ Bandits, which lets you take part in some gunslinger action. You have to like how Sprint makes the buying process of a game more fun than just spending your hard earned money. However, you have to admire how Sprint are trying to keep their business moving forward with the huge issue that the wireless company has with AT&T and T-Mobile.
When we first learned about the Kyocera Echo, it was announced as a device with “4-in-1 Versatility.” We do not know if this will be the game changer that some have been talking about, only time will tell and so will the amount of pre-orders that Sprint take for the device.
Have you pre-ordered the Kyocera Echo?
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