Kyocera was on the spotlight for its dual-touchscreen handset which looks like a hand-held gaming device. But now, there is a new handset on the block from Fujitsu. They have created a dual-touchscreen device similar to Kyocera which is in portrait mode instead of landscape and has many options.
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The device was showcased at the Fujitsu’s stall at Mobile World Congress(MWC) 2011 in Barcelona. The device is still a prototype and expected to hit the market this summer or fall. The best part of the device is its dual screens which is pivoted to transform into portrait, landscape, or a bit of both. The prototype was powered by Symbian as its operating system(OS) and not Android. This is due to the popularity of the OS in Japan. But there are rumours that the device will be Android-based when it releases this year and will have to wait and watch how much of this is going to be true.
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