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Kyocera Echo is one of the most ridiculous Android phones that ever appeared. Maybe some people are attracted to its unusual design, but in fact this is quite annoying phone.
Kyocera Echo is one of the most ridiculous Android phones ever appeared
Echo features dual 3.5-inch screen that can be fold out and used in tablet mode. Users also can create square screen but the black stripe in the middle make it quite difficult for users. Besides, its functionality is very limited. It only works with a number of core applications and many developers do not support it because no one really interested in buying this phone. In addition, the battery capacity is only 1,370 mAh, a very silly figure when the phone has to provide energy for both screens at the same time.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play
Being a smartphone with the aim of serving as a portable gaming device, the unique point in the product is its sliding pad, where you can use when you really want to play a game. It's like a PSP Go but runs Android and can make calls.
While most smartphones released with gaming capabilities are quite limited, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play has proven to be a remarkable phone. It's strong enough to play complex games on Android, though it still has many limitations due to the number of games on Android is not much.
Samsung Galaxy Beam
Bringing a projector can be bulky and expensive, while you can not always use your laptop or tablet to display the contents to the big screen.
The solution that Samsung launched with Galaxy Beam is an integrated compact projector with brightness of 15 lumens. It can project a mirror image of your screen at a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels. This is not the best quality, but it's nice enough to serve this purpose, especially for a midrange price which Samsung aims to.
However, ultimately, the concept did not success.
Most Android devices can not provide experiences with high quality sound through their integrated speakers, except for some cases such as HTC One M9 with BoomSound speaker. Although dual speakers on One M9 provide excellent sound quality compared with other phones, it still not as good as speakers on other products.
Meanwhile, Zettaly Avy is a Android device focused mainly on improving sound quality. The best point of this product is equipped with strong 5-watt stereo speaker. The device has a 7-inch screen with resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, works very well for watching movies and enjoying streaming videos.
The phone runs Android 4.4 KitKat, has 8GB of internal memory and can be expanded via microSD card slot. This really is a Android tablet full of features with front-facing camera, microphone, touchscreen, HDMI, micro-USB, 3.5mm headphone jack and more.
However, the selling price 200 USD makes users pay little attention to Zettaly, because with this money they absolutely can find a high-quality speaker solution to meet their entertainment needs.
By: Kimberly McKinney