The nice thing about Android is that, because it's open-source, you get strange handset designs springing up all over. One such example is Vobis Computer's HIGHSCREEN PP5420, a dual-touchscreen smartphone based on the Mobinnova Ice. Vobis have thrown out the Ice's Windows Mobile OS and replaced it with Android 1.5 Cupcake; you - or should I say Russia, seeing as though that's where the PP5420 will launch next week - get dualband 900/2100MHz HSPA, WiFi b/g and GPS.
The main display is a 3-inch WQVGA panel, while underneath it there's a smaller 1.15-inch 128 x 96 OLED navigation pad. A 3-megapixel autofocus camera lurks around the back, with a VGA version up front for video calls, while there's also TV-output, a mini USB connector and microSD card slot.