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 with a traditional LCD at the front and an always-on e-ink screen at the back that displayed incoming notifications. YotaPhone 2 looks to continue along the same lines, with the overall design looking much more polished. We'll know more as to what the device is packing under the hood, along with availability details and pricing on December 3.
Until then, here's our hands-on video of the YotaPhone:
Source: Twitter (YotaPhone)
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