Like its predecessors, the YotaPhone 3 is going to have a full-color, standard phone display around the front and a second, low-power, grayscale e-ink display around the back.
The YotaPhone 3 will be featuring a 5.5-inch FHD display along with a 5.2-inch 720p e-ink display.
The concept was well-received despite poor execution in the first attempt. According to The Verge, the dual-screen smartphone will come in 64GB and 128GB versions. However, the brand skipped YotaPhone 2.
Not many manufacturers decide to createtruly unique phones anymore. Precise information about most of the specifications has not been detailed by Yota Devices yet, nor has there been a release date given. After reportedly being announced at a conference in Northern China, the YotaPhone 3 will be launched sometime later this year. The new model is being developed by Chinese smartphone brand Coolpad. The then-Russian company's device was available for some regions including Russia and Europe, but sadly not in the United States.
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Word on the street is that Yota Devices will start shipping the YotaPhone 3 in China come September while pre-orders with start in Russian Federation around the same time.
The lower price of the next YotaPhone may be explained by the system-on-chip of choice.
Like the YotaPhone 2 (pictured here), the third generation model will still feature two screens: an AMOLED display on one side, and an E-ink touchscreen display on the other. The other aspects of the smartphone include a 13MP main snapper at its rear with LED flash, 1MP selfie camera, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS and a 1,800mAh battery.