YotaPhone 2: A Dual-Screen Smartphone

YotaPhone 2: A Dual-Screen Smartphone

It’s through a certain company called Yota Devices that we have come to know about a smartphone that comes with a dual-display. They are the company that have innovated the world’s dual-screen smartphone.

In many years, although smartphones have improved consumers have not felt any major innovation. The company indeed offers a pleasant surprise when they have launched their YotaPhone that has full-touch control on its always-on electronic paper display (EPD) and many other new hardware and software features, making it even more intuitive and interactive.

“YotaPhone’s arrival on the market last year marked one of the first game changers in smartphones in many years. Yota Devices proved that there is an antidote to the always-dark smartphone screen,” said Yota Devices CEO Vlad Martynov.

In Addition to that he said that, “The future of smartphones is always-on displays allowing users without turning off the real world and disrupting the people around you,” He further explained that “Now, with two full-touch displays, the next generation YotaPhone is twice as smart, twice as useful and twice as beautiful.”

FRONT AND BACK DISPLAY

What is surprising about this phone is that it has an OLED display in the front and an E Ink panel on the back. It has dual-screen as an Android device it offers versatileness which works particularly well and with couple major changes it comes better than ever.

COST

The start-up cost of this particular phone in the UK started at £555 now marked down at £440. As for the rest of Europe the start-up price of this phone is €699 now at only €599. Will this product be available in America? The answer is definitely yes, as the company is planning to run an Indiegogo campaign to help it fund a July release in the US, which would follow recent expansion into China. For American currency the 32 GB smartphone in rough estimate will cost $680.

The better YotaPhone 2 runs with Android Lollipop which enhance not just the performance and responsiveness of the device but also phone’s camrea. It also has a YETI or Yota E Ink Technology Integration interface.

The white option for YotaPhone 2 is also introduced almost identical to the black unit and also priced the same but the catch is it inverts the color scheme on the E Ink screen so as to properly match its new look aside from that the white option handset has a black front, that is the company’s prerogative so that the device will come it cleaner appearance.

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