A new Dual-Screen Android phone is here, Russian company Yota Devices is the first company who are working on dual-screen Yotaphone from last one year. Today, company announced that the phone will go on sale internationally in December. As we mentioned that this one is the first smartphone in the market with dual-screen technology, Front screen of the phone is made with traditional LCD and the back screen with eInk display (Same Screen that Kindle DX uses).
As per the Techruch article, the new phone is finally ready to make its first impression in the market and very soon we will see the device in our hands. The phone is powered with the Android 4.2 version and features a dual-core 1.7GHz chipset, 2GB of RAM, 12MP camera, a 4.3-inch 720p screen (Front) and with 1800mAh battery. Most of the people’s are interested to try this first dual-screen phone in their hands and now they don’t have to wait so much.
Check out the video of the Yotaphone below:-
YotaPhone’s two screens are linked together to open a new world of unlimited user experiences. It allows you to effortlessly stream information to the electronic paper display, without draining battery power or having to wake up the phone.
Here are the complete specs of YotaPhone:
Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2
Dual Core 1.7GHz Processor
2GB RAM, 32GB Internal Storage
MAIN SCREEN 4.3” 720×1280 LCD, 16.7M colors
BACK SCREEN 4.3” 360×640 eInk
Main camera 12MP with LED flash,
Front camera 1MP
The YotaPhone is going to be available from this December, there are no info about the price, but as per the sources the phone will cost around €500 ($673).
What do you think about this new dual-screen technology and how many of you are interested in to buy this new Yotaphone in December?