The guys at Engadget got their hands on a prototypedual-screen Android device made by Imerj and Frog. The two 4 inch AMOLED screens come together with the help of a simple hinge. No complex design here and maybe that's why it works. Under the hood is a dual-core processor of unknown speed and Gingerbread is powering the show. The device has 32GB of storage that might go up to 128GB in future models, and a 5MP camera that works as both a front and rear facing camera.
According to Engadget, this device is sturdier than the Kyocera Echo and the software seems to have a better looking UI than the Echo as well as offering up some gesture-driven navigation similar to webOS. Check out the video below to see more about this intriguing handset. We have no idea if this dual-screen dandy is heading to the States, but if it does, it could overtake the Kyocera Echo on the double.