Posts Tagged ‘YotaPhone’

It takes courage to stand out of the crowd and take something existing, play around with it in ways unprecedented, and present something that is both unique and unsettlingly different. Yet, if you do have that courage, such experiments can pay off well. This is exactly what Russian startup Yota Devices did with their unique YotaPhone, and now we get to see the prototype of the second-generation YotaPhone.

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Every new smartphone seems to be following the same set of rules: bigger display, better processor, improved camera and a few extra mAhs of battery life to tide us over. But not every OEM is following the archetypal new handset policy. The Russian makers of YotaPhone have expressed their interest in going against the grain by teasing a dual-screen handset featuring an LCD on one side and an eInk (think Kindle Paperwhite) display on the other, and after months of nothingness, the devices is finally being released throughout many parts of mainland Europe.

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It’s hard to keep track of how many insanely powerful smartphones exist in today’s market. Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy range of hardware seem to gain most of the attention, and let’s be honest here, it is rather difficult to find a better all-round alternative to those beasts. But what do you do if you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to follow the pack or jump on popular bandwagons? Do you boycott a mobile device altogether, stick with an old-school feature phone or opt for something totally unique? The Russians over at Yota Devices would like you to opt for the latter and get involved with a device the likes of which we’ve never seen before.

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