It’s possible you’ll bear in mind again to 2015 if you heard about an odd machine referred to as the YotaPhone 2 that includes not one however two full-size screens, with the rear being an E-ink show. Properly, the Russian firm behind the cellphone, Yota Units, has introduced it’s making a successor referred to as the — anticipate it — YotaPhone three. Sadly, this announcement, made at a convention in China this week, was very slim on particulars.
Just like the YotaPhone 2 (pictured right here), the third technology mannequin will nonetheless function two screens: an AMOLED show on one aspect, and an E-ink touchscreen show on the opposite. The YotaPhone three was mentioned to be launched in Russia and China someday this fall with storage choices of 64GB and 128GB, and costs of $350 and $450, respectively.
Fingers-on with the YotaPhone 2
That was about it, sadly, though it’s most likely a secure guess the machine will proceed to run Android, presumably delivery with Nougat put in. However the largest query we’re left with is that if the YotaPhone three will really make it to the US this time. The YotaPhone 2 was mentioned to be coming stateside within the second half of 2015, nevertheless it was referred to as off shortly after a crowdfunding marketing campaign was launched to assist cowl the prices.
So far as goes, the YotaPhone 2 was strictly a mid-range machine by 2015’s requirements. It shipped with a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, an 8MP rear digital camera, and a Full HD AMOLED show that measured 5 inches. The actual draw to the machine, nevertheless, was the four.7-inch E-ink display, which was designed to avoid wasting battery life whereas displaying textual content, core info like battery life, and simplified widgets.
Yota Units says it will likely be revealing extra details about the YotaPhone three later this summer time, hopefully with particulars on a US mannequin.