Yota swaps Russia for Canada
Aug12

Yota swaps Russia for Canada

You may or may not have heard of Yota, but in case you haven't, the Russian brand is the one that makes the Yota Phone, or as you may know it, that smartphone with two screens. The Moscow based company has now decided to leave the Russian capital and will pitch camp in Canada in a bid to pick off the bones of Blackberry. We should clarify now that Yota is not just opening a division in Canada, it is actually moving its entire...

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Dual Screen YotaPhone Launching December 4th Brings E-Ink to Your Smartphone

At the start of 2013, a new form factor for mobile devices was shown off called the Yota phone. The device had a dual screen but not in the traditional two LCD screens way. No, this device has one LCD on the front for "regular" use and an always on e-ink display on the back. It is slated to launch in Russia on December 4th. It's an interesting form factor to say the least. Want more details? Keep reading... Specs: dual-core Snapdragon...

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Android phone with e-ink and LCD screens launching in December

YotaPhone has been one of the standout devices at several trade shows this year thanks to the novelty of having dual screens. On the front of the device is an LCD panel ideal for traditional features like watching video and looking at photos, and the rear has an e-ink display better suited for reading. But when is the Android-powered YotaPhone going to turn the page and launch in stores? Word comes from Russia that YoaPhone will go on...

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Yota dual-screen prototype device hands-on video

The guys over at Engadget got a chance to put their hands on a Yota prototype device and talked with the guys behind the project. Check the hands-on video after the break. Yota prototype device features a 1,280 x 720 LCD display, a 200 dpi E Ink back display, dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 12-megapixel back camera and runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Yota is expected to be launched in Russia in Q3 and worldwide in...

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Dual Screen Yota Phone in Action (Video)

It seems that phones have gotten just about as big as they should be right now. (however there are rumors of two six inch phones in the works) So why not make the back surface of the phone usable? Companies have been dabbling in this for a while now and the company Yota has produced one running Android. Check out the video of it in action after the jump: While the guy doing this video is not the world's best salesman I can see this...

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