Yota Phone, the flagship device of the Russian company Yota Devices was first presented at CES 2013 and it’s set to bring the classic smartphone to the next level – also check the PopSlate iPhone Case With Secondary e-Ink back Screen.
The Russian smartphone stands of the pack by featuring two screens – a 4.3-in LCD front screen with 720×1,280 resolution (just as any other recent smartphone) and a second 200dpi e-Ink screen positioned on the back of the phone where you would usually see the battery back cover. The addition of the e-Ink screen allows users to read information on a less disturbing environment for the human eye as well as helps saving battery power. One really cool feature is that even if the battery runs out, the e-Ink screen will retain the last image displayed on it making it a great tool to display maps, boarding tickets, movie passes or any other info you might need to have handy, even when your phone is “juice-less”.
Other then the two screens set up, the Yota Phone sports a dual-core 1.7Ghz processor, 2GB of Ram, 32Gb of eMMC (storage), back and front cameras, a classic FM radio which cool to see a embedded in the smartphone and runs on Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2.
What’s your take on the Yota Phone? Do you think the dual screen devices are the future of the smartphone? let me know your thoughts in the comments …