At that time the invention was considered a pie in the sky, but after Fujitsu shown its latest dual-screen device at CREATEC this week, it became clear that the handset can be soon launched onto the market.
It is worth mentioning that Fujitsu developed its new device with the involvement of TAT.
Each of the two large screens has a resolution of 960 x 480 pixels. One of the most interesting features of the device is photo sharing. The user flings pictures they wish to share from a gallery on the bottom screen to a list of contacts found on the top display.
The two screens can be viewed in portrait and landscape modes. Check out the video after the jump.