Monday, 24 February 2014

YotaPhone 2 smartphone Might Be Unveiled at MWC 2014

You must have heard of a dual-screen featuring smartphone last year, which comes from a Russia based smartphone maker Yota. The first generation of the Yota phone was announced at last year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and was made available in December 2013.

YotaPhone 2, YotaPhone 2 smartphon, MWC 2014

According to a report, Russian manufacturer Yota Devices will be introducing the successor to the YotaPhone 2 on 24 February at MWC.

One phone, two displays: That’s probably the simplest definition of the YotaPhone. First announced back in 2012, the phone has a 4.3 inch 720×1,280 LCD display up front with a 200 DPI E Ink display of similar size on the back. Powered by a 1.5Ghz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor with 2GB RAM, this unique smartphone was released in select markets last year.

Although the report suggests no rumoured or speculated specifications so far, but we expect YotaPhone 2 to be an improvement over its predecessor. Just like the first generation of YotaPhone, the successor is expected to have two displays, a regular touchscreen on one side, and an E-ink display on the other side.

The news in fact comes from Yotaphone's official Facebook page, the post which comes along with a video says, "You will be blown away when you see what we'll unveil next week at MWC in Barcelona." Also confirming the same news, the Russian website reports that the YotaPhone 2 will arrive at MWC 2014.

Moreover, the phone presents LTE connectivity and an 1800mAh battery. Before the phone was launched the company had already received about 10,000 orders and later it was priced at 19,990 roubles in Russian stores. Even when the phone was launched it was priced at 499 euros and $600 in Europe and the United Arab Emirates respectively.

Introducing YotaPhone 2 dual-screen smartphone through YouTube Video: