yota devices

  • YotaPhone: Two Screens Are Better Than One

    Yota Devices Talks A Future Of E-Ink Devices Beyond The YotaPhone At CES 2015

    E-ink continues to expand its presence at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, and one of the best advocates for the tech has been Yota Devices. The Russian company created the YotaPhone, a dual-display smartphone with an LED screen on one side, and a low-power e-paper display on the back. In 2014, they debuted the YotaPhone 2, a successor to the original that offered much better execution on… Read More

  • Next-Gen YotaPhone Follow-Up Unveiled, With Full-Touch E-Ink Rear Screen

    Next-Gen YotaPhone Follow-Up Unveiled, With Full-Touch E-Ink Rear Screen

    Russian mobile-making startup Yota Devices has just unveiled the next generation of its dual-screen smartphone, the YotaPhone. As with the current first-gen model, which went on sale in Russia and select European markets last December, the handset’s flagship feature is that it’s two-sided, with a full colour touchscreen display on the front and a low-power consuming e-ink display… Read More

  • The Android-Powered, Dual-Screen YotaPhone Launches In Russia And Beyond For €499

    The Android-Powered, Dual-Screen YotaPhone Launches In Russia And Beyond For €499

    Remember the YotaPhone? The delightfully kooky Russian smartphone that pairs a bog-standard LCD screen with an eInk display on its rump? It’s been teased for a launch for months now, but the company behind it has just spilled the beans at a press event in Moscow: the YotaPhone will launch in Russian and Europe today complete with a confirmed €499/19,990 RUB price tag, right in line… Read More

  • The Dual-Screen YotaPhone Will Launch Internationally In December

    The Dual-Screen YotaPhone Will Launch Internationally In December

    Russia-based Yota Devices has been working on a curious beast called the YotaPhone for over a year now, and it’s gained quite a reputation for itself because of its split personality. While the front of the phone sports a traditional LCD screen, the back plays home to a power-sipping eInk display because… well, why not? The launch date was one of the last big questions left… Read More