The Future of Mobile – YotaPhone2: First dual Screen SmartPhone

I don’t think I’ve seen this device before or something
similar to this but its features makes it outstanding. This device is fully
customizable always-on screen. Hands-free messaging and notifications.
E-reading for up to 100 hours on a single charge. Full Android functionality on
both screens. The smart-phone future is here!
YotaPhone 2 is the first dual-screen mobile in the world
that combines the features of a premium Android smartphone with the benefits of
an Electronic Paper Display.
The Yotaphone 2 is similar to Nexus 4
in terms of design. It has rounded edges and is very smooth on the back
side, the buttons  are placed on practical places and both displays
support full Capacitive touch. Nexus User can confirm this.

Yotaphone can last up to Five days’ reading on a single
charge, 2 days of basic smartphone functions and with the YotaEnergy app you
can give yourself a few more hours to get you to your next charge.
Quick Charger
The YotaPhone comes with a wireless charger that allows for
quick charging.
144,9 x 69,4 x 9 mm, 145 g
Display 1
AMOLED 5.0 inches, 1.080 x 1.920 pixels
Display 2
540 x 960 pixels, 4.7 inches
Android v4.4.3 KitKat with an upgrade to Android 5.0
Lollipop coming soon
Adreno 330
internal 32 GB, external microSD support not available
Camera 1
8 MP, 3.264 x 2.448 pixels
Camera 2
2.1 MP
See the full specifications here
The device is awesome, nice and first of its kind but the
price is something else. It goes for $525 (N105,000) and you can pre-order it here
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