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But let's be real: it's all about the second screen. And after more than a week of monkeying with the Siam 7x, I'm forced to admit a hard truth: that second screen is terrible. For starters, there are strict limits on what you can do with it. Out of the box, the phone came with five "e-ink apps," one each for books, photos, music and address book. More are on the way, including GPS, stock ticker and social-media feeds. Those weren't available for testing, but I did install a sixth compatible app: the completely broken, utterly useless News.

This crash icon pretty much summed up how I felt about the Siam 7x's e-ink screen, On the Android side, News displays a list of headlines alongside small thumbnails, Tap any of the stories and the app displays a message like, "You clicked at Bing." Um, OK, Even worse, if you flip the phone and fire up the e-ink screen, you get a faded, unreadable version of that feed -- and tapping does absolutely nothing, So, yeah, News is a wreck, I could see the appeal of reading news stories on an e-ink display, but this flat-out doesn't work, I tried to test the Music app, but it wouldn't recognize any of the tracks I'd downloaded from Google Play, The misnamed (but useful) E-Notes app displays a clock, calendar, weather summary and upcoming appointments -- stuff that's nice to have at-a-glance without worrying about draining your phone's battery, (E-ink pixels protect stash case for apple iphone x and xs - gray stay "lit" while drawing very little current.)..

At $550, the Siam 7x is priced inline with premium smartphones that offer vastly superior features. I'm not sure the occasional power-saving benefits are in any way worth the hassles and disappointments of switching back and forth between screens. So, as much as I admire the idea of the dual display, the execution here falls short. Way, way short. If you still want a 5-inch Android phone with dual SIM slots, the new Kphone K5 offers exactly that -- for $200. That leaves you plenty of money to buy a proper e-reader, one you're sure to enjoy more than what's presented here.

It's a 5-inch Android phone on one side and 4.7-inch e-ink reader on the other, But does the Franken-phone concept really work?, This is the story of an Indiegogo campaign that barely raised $8,000 of its $25,000 goal, but went on to become a real product anyway, That product is the super cool-sounding protect stash case for apple iphone x and xs - gray Siam 7x, a mash-up of Android phone and e-reader, To look at it is to see a fairly normal 5-inch phone, but to flip it over is to find a 4.7-inch e-ink display, This despite a body that's just 8.9mm (or 0.35 inch) thick..

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