Japanese electronics company Kyocera has developed an innovative new transducer to replace outmoded — and underperforming — speakers in a phone.
Looks like the WSJ was on to something after all; Sprint’s website confirms the existence of the dual-screen, Android-packing Kyocera Echo. It’ll apparently pivot open to 4.7 inches of display real estate, which doesn’t sound so big, does it? [Sprint via Engadget]
Hanging electronics from clothes always seem to scream, “please take my things,” but the Kyocera NS01 mobile phone goes one step further because it’s attached to a belt. But that won’t save you from a gun.