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Two-sided YotaPhone goes on sale in a handful of countries

Initial launch in Russia, Austria, France, Spain and Germany, more to follow in 2014 It seems like an eternity ago that we got our first look at the YotaPhone, a quirky little Android handset with a regular LCD display on the front and e-ink on the back. Our interest was piqued by our time with...

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YotaPhone 2 hands-on

Pure Android on the front, e-ink goodness around the back At an event in Central London today, YotaPhone unveiled its second Android handset, the appropriately-named YotaPhone 2. Like the original YotaPhone, the second-gen device features a standard smartphone display on the front and a unique e...
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YotaPhone updates its two-faced phone; in Europe now, U.S. in 2015

New secondary display promises to be 7 times more power efficient than its AMOLED face YotaPhone today in London unleashed the second version of its dual-screen phone — and this one's looking to get in more hands. Available now in 20 countries in Europe, the Russian-made Android phone will make...
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Yotaphone 2 global launch event liveblog!

Today is global launch day for the Yotaphone 2, the second-generation dual-screen handset by the Russian manufacturer of the same name. Like its predecessor, the Yotaphone 2 boasts a standard LCD on the front, paired with a unique always-on e-ink display around the back. It's been a while since...
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Dual-screen YotaPhone 2 set for official unveil on December 3

Russian manufacturer Yota Devices is scheduled to launch a new model in the YotaPhone series, dubbed YotaPhone 2, at an event in London on December 3. No other details are available, but based on the image above, it looks like the device will also feature dual-screens. The first YotaPhone came...
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YotaPhone brings both its front and back screens to the Middle East

The quirky dual-screen YotaPhone is going on sale in the Middle East on local service provider Etisalat and through retailer Jumbo Electronics. This follows a widespread European release including the U.K., Germany, France, Spain, and Russia. The YotaPhone packs a 4.3-inch 360 x 640 grayscale...
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Next-generation YotaPhone ups resolution on secondary e-ink display

We got up close and personal with the original YotaPhone at last year's Mobile World Congress, and this year they're refining the dual-screen formula with an improved e-ink display. Users can lean on the 4.7-inch always-on touch-enabled e-ink rear display for variety of tasks, including...
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Two-sided YotaPhone goes on sale in a handful of countries

Initial launch in Russia, Austria, France, Spain and Germany, more to follow in 2014 It seems like an eternity ago that we got our first look at the YotaPhone, a quirky little Android handset with a regular LCD display on the front and e-ink on the back. Our interest was piqued by our time with...
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LCD/e-ink hybrid YotaPhone launches in December, in Moscow

One of the more interesting phones to debut in 2013 has got to be the YotaPhone. (Seriously, you'll want to watch this.) Traditional color LCD display on one side, black-and-white e-ink display on the other. And no traditional Android buttons. Strange, to say the least. We're still not exactly...
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YotaPhone hands-on - gestures, e-ink and vanilla Android

The YotaPhone is an example of one of the things we like the most about Android -- crazy hardware implemented in new and interesting ways. Dual-screen smartphones are nothing new -- recall the ill-fated Kyocera Echo of old. But Yota Devices' YotaPhone is the first we can recall that packs both a...
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The YotaPhone and its e-ink display gets shown off on video for the first time

The YotaPhone from Russian broadband provider, Yota, was only unveiled yesterday with Android 4.2 and a second, e-ink display. It packs some pretty tasty specifications, but the difference maker is the e-ink display on the back -- or the front, whichever way you're looking at it. And, while we had...

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