Flagship YotaPhone 2 will be available in the United States this April and it will be accessible through Indiegogo. The double display smartphone is already accessible in the United Kingdom and a few other countries in Europe. While there was no report on the cost of the YotaPhone 2 in the United States, some gossipy tidbits are suggesting that the gadget will be retailed for $600 through a promotional offer on Indiegogo.
Likewise rumor has it that the YotaPhone 2 will be accessible only in the black version initially and that YotaPhone intends to discharge the white edition later on.
The YotaPhone demand in the US has been huge, however the producer still needs the security that an Indiegogo campaign can provide. In the event that and when the YotaPhone 2 is a win, only then will the Russian developer will formally arrive in the US.
What separates the YotaPhone from all the world’s cell phones is the dual display. The YotaPhone has two 5-inch screens: a full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution one on the front of the gadget and an electronic touchscreen ink one on its back. The concept behind the second e-ink screen is to offer basic input like email access, web surfing and reading without consuming an excessive amount of battery life.
YotaPhone contends that such a large percentage of the average tasks that clients perform on their telephones don’t need a full HD screen and could in all likelihood be done on lesser quality displays.
The specs of the YotaPhone 2 are much alike those in any other smartphone. The YotaPhone 2 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip with a quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait 400 CPU and an Adreno 330 GPU. It is fitted with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
It has a 8 MP back cam with 3264 x 2448 pixels, LED flash, self-adjust and quality check and shoots 1080p feature at 30 frames every second. The additional 2.1 MP cam is available on the front of the cellphone. The YotaPhone 2 has also remote charging options, which makes it a hit with clients.
When talking about crowd-funded versatile devices, Kickstarter has a tendency to come up most of the time. But the same can be said for Indiegogo. The Indiegogo page for the YotaPhone 2 campaign is presently up. They’ve set up the page, with a little info about the cell phone, yet it is only a sign-up page.
With respect to network compatibility , the double screen cell phone will work with AT&T or T-Mobile’s systems in the states.
Russian producer Yota Devices at first presented the two-sided Android-based gadget in December 2013. This mid year marks its first attack on the U.S. market.
Image Source: Phone Dog