YotaPhone with E-Ink and LCD Displays to be released in Q3 2013
For a better battery performance, nowadays smartphones come with many enhancements, sometimes beefy battery a well. The new YotaPhone is not exceptional, the smartphone will feature two displays, front-facing LCD display and rear-facing E-Ink display.
With two displays, smartphone is supposed to have more thickness compared to the smartphone with single display, but YotaPhone has managed to keep it less than 10mm thick, and just 140grams of weight. The YotaPhone also looks nice in design and according to the company, two displays will increase battery performance by 50%.
You can use front-facing LCD display for your usual activities on phone while E-Ink display has ability to display notifications and such at very little energy cost.
The smartphone also has a decent specification under the hood. The YotaPhone is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor and sports a 4.3″ diagonal displays with Gorilla Glass protection and resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels for LCD and 200 dpi for E-Ink display.
The device also features 2GB of RAM, 32/64GB of storage, 12MP rear-facing camera plus 720p front-facing camera for video call. Interestingly, the device will also feature LTE connectivity along with other usual connectivity features.
The smartphone will be running on Android OS, no info on its version as well as pricing and availability. Anyway, the YotaPhone has reached its fully functional prototype stage and the company will participate at MWC 2013. So stay tuned for more details about the YotaPhone.