Engadget managed to get my hands on a prototype of Imerji & Frog. This is the second Android smartphone dual-screen (after the Kyocera Echo) with pretty good features.
The two screens are both technology and
both 4-inch AMOLED, managed by a dual-core processor, and accompanied by a 5-megapixel camera, given the design manual smartphone, can do both front and rear camera. The available space made it possible to integrate an internal memory of 32 GB but on a later model, could reach as many as 128 GB, a record of your smartphone! To better manage the power are also 1 GB of RAM and a battery of 1,750 mAh.
The interface is smooth custom graphics and supports all the usual applications, solving the problem of needing to app “native dual screen” immediately. Again, however, will dual-screen app to get the most out of this smartphone.