The recently released Kyocera Echo phone is a revolutionary pieces that gives mobile users the power of two touchscreens in a foldout design.
The two screens have the option of being used as a single screen, both of which offer three other different modes: tablet mode, optimized mode and simul-task mode. The dual-screen feature in the new Kyocera Echo phone is perfect for people on-the-go who are constantly multi-tasking.
Implications - As handheld computing technology continues to advance, one emergent pattern that's arisen is small user screens. Corporations are sacrificing convenience and user-friendliness for portability and now consumers are demanding the exact opposite from corporations. Companies looking to release mobile computing technologies will attract larger consumer followings if they're able to find a healthy medium between user friendliness and portability.