YotaPhone 2, the first smartphone with two screens
The new Yotaphone 2 has been presented today in London as the world’s first smartphone with dual screens. Yota Devices, a startup that developed this smartphone, put it on sale initially in the UK, where incidentally opened its first physical store, for 555 pounds. Later it is said it will come to another 20 countries, including North America, with a price set to be around 700 euros.
Here are the specs of this very high-end smartphone.
The Yotaphone 2 features a front 5 inch screen has HD 1080p with AMOLED technology and 442 dots per inch, designed for everyday use and social networks, surf the internet, watch videos and play. This display is protected by Gorilla Glass glass 3. Turning the phone you will find your second screen of 4.7 inches and Yota Always-On Display technology. It is an electronic ink display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels and 235 dots per inch, also protected by cornig glass, and is intended for reading texts and notifications.
Continuing with the hardware specs of this Yotaphone 2 deep inside we find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor running at 2.2 Ghz, 2 GB of RAM and up to 32GB of internal memory. It has an 8MP rear camera with flash and 2 Mpx on the front, and completing the set, 2,500 mAh battery that promises long battery life.
The rear screen is definitely the big news this smartphone, and the key selling point of this device. This screen promises up to five days of reading eBooks on a single charge, has a viewing angle of 180 degrees and is designed to be readable even when it receives direct sunlight.