Kyocera Echo Now Half Price From Sprint

If you have been pondering on whether to pick up the dual-screen Kyocera Echo smartphone on the Sprint network but have been putting it off, now just might be the best time to slip your hand into your wallet as the word is Sprint has now dropped the asking price for the Kyocera Echo down to half.

According to Unwired View, Sprint posted on Facebook and tweeted on Twitter that the Android 2.2 Froyo touting Kyocera Echo now commands a price tag of just $99.99, which has got to be a good deal right?

Originally Sprint priced the Kyocera Echo at $199.99 based on a 2-year term, but for some reason mainstream users haven’t taken to the Android device and thus Sprint is trying to attracts more users by lowering the price down to half, still with that 2-year contract tagged on though.

For your $99.99 you will get the Android handset that offers two 3.5-inch touch screens that can join into one, 5 megapixel camera with HD video recording and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor…does this price drop make the Kyocera Echo more attractive to you?

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