YotaPhone's Michael Kelly has said that the device will be available in the U.S. this spring via crowd-funding site Indiegogo.
The YotaPhone 2 features a unique dual-display, with a standard LCD up front and a power-saving e-ink display on the back. The phone is compatible with both AT&T and T-Mobile and will sell for somewhere around $600. The company said it hopes to have Android 5.0 ready to go when the phone ships in the U.S. as well, and that a white version is on the way later this summer.
If you're interested in picking one up, you'll be able to do so when the campaign kicks off. Expect there to be some incentives along with it, and probably a decent wait time as well. After launch, YotaPhone plans to expand sales to retail channels like Best Buy as well.
Source: Phone Scoop
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