YotaPhone Launches Indiegogo Campaign for YotaPhone 2
YotaPhone today initiated an Indiegogo campaign for the YotaPhone 2. The company said earlier this year it intended to bring the YotaPhone 2 to certain markets via the crowd-funding site, and today it made good on its word. Early backers can score the YotaPhone 2 for $500, though the number of handsets available at that price is limited to 100. Most of the available stock costs $550. Yotaphone said it will ship the YotaPhone 2 to Indiegogo investors in early August, which is "just ahead of [our] general launch in North America." The YotaPhone 2 is unique because it has two screens: a standard display on the front and an e-ink display on the back to help save battery life.
This quirky Android smartphone has two screens, one on front and one on back. The second uses e-ink to help conserve battery life.
Yota announced a second-generation Android smartphone that has an e-ink display on one side and a regular screen on the other. Here are a few thoughts about Yota's unique handset.
Feb 24, 2014
Yota Devices today announced its next-generation YotaPhone. Like its first phone, the new model has one regular display plus a large e-paper display on the back.
May 13, 2015
YotaPhone today made available a white version of the YotaPhone 2 handset. The white version of the phone, announced earlier this year, ships with Android 5.0 Lollipop and revised user interface elements for the e-ink display.
Dec 3, 2014
YotaPhone today announced the availability of the YotaPhone 2, a smartphone that has a traditional display on one side and an e-ink display on the other. The YotaPhone 2, which was first revealed in February of this year, is meant to help people access and read content while preserving battery life.
Not bashing or trying to be negative and I wish them the best, but some ideas just have failure written all over them. This one is just doomed from the start. Could not stop laughing reading this article. Of course this is just one man's opinion and what do I know.