Yota unveiled a dual screen smartphone that is android-powered, launches In russia And beyond for €499Yota says the reason behind the dual screens is to deliver the information users want, right when they want it, without disengaging from the real world by pressing a power button and unlocking a screen. Users can choose to see information ranging from news stories to social media updates, calendar entries, and more. Since the E-ink display uses very little battery power, the phone’s 2100mAh pack should allow users to enjoy usage comparable to devices with a single display.
Dual displays aren’t the only feature the YotaPhone has to tout, though. Here’s a quick rundown of its other specs:
- 4.3″ LCD display at 1280×720 (that’s about 340ppi)
- 4.3″ e-ink display
- 1.5GHz dual-core Krait processor
- LTE (bands 3, 7, 20 MIMO) connectivity
- 32 or 64GB Internal storage
- 12MP main camera with unspecified “HD” front camera
- 2100mAh battery
- Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
- Combined power button/SIM slot
YotaPhone helps you express yourself better. Get rid of your phone cases and change your personal wallpaper on the e-ink screen any time you want.
Never Miss A Thing
Once it appears on the second screen it stays there until you need it.
You can see the whole picture, full list.
Now you will not miss an important call, the reminder will not disappear from the screen as it was before.
You’ll never forget or miss anything even if you want to.
The weather interface always shows accurate and relevant information.
You will always be ready for both your business meetings and personal matters.