February 24, 2014
The Russian mobile manufacturer Yota launched its first smartphone three months ago that featured an electronic ink rear screen. With this innovative solution he intended to provide an original solution to reduce the energy consumption of smart phones. Now, the firm announces the launch of its second generation of screens of this new format during the first day of the Mobile World Congress 2014 held in Barcelona.
According to the specialized website TNW, the new terminal would follow the original design but shows greater technological maturity and technical improvements that make it more advanced than its predecessor. Starting from the dual screen that characterizes this model, with an LCD-type front and an electronic ink rear, the second version of YotaPhone offers a significantly larger screen size than its previous model. In fact, its size is 5 inches, while its rear screen reaches 4.7 inches by 4.3 of the previous model.
via YotaPhone, the smartphone with an electronic ink screen, arrives at MWC 2014 | ITespresso.es.
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