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Russia’s Yota Phone 2 dual phone on sale in the UK today


Remember the APEC summit last month, Russian President Vladimir Putin presented to Chinese President Xi Jinping that the Department of the Russian brand of dual-screen smartphone Yota Phone 2 it? According to The Verge reports, the British time December 3 phone would start selling it in the UK.

Yota Phone is split out from the Russian telecommunications smartphone maker Yota Devices products. Its most prominent feature is the dual displays, including electronic ink display AMOLED display front and back. Its first-generation products have at last year’s CES show got several awards, known as Russia’s “iPhone”.

The second generation product YotaPhone 2 at Mobile World Congress in February this year on the debut. The configuration includes traditional 5-inch side 1080 pixel AMOLED screen, 4.7 inches, and one side of the electronic ink display with E Ink electronic ink technology. Compared with conventional screens, electronic ink display power consumption is much lower, and therefore very suitable for frequent use of the notification, the display scores, weather data, such as newsletters, while YotaPhone 2 YotaPhone 1 more advanced than that, you can also direct information on this screen back even play games and so on.

In addition to the dual, YotaPhone 2 is also equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage, and a 2500mAh battery and a 800-megapixel front camera and 2.0 megapixel rear camera, built-in Android4.4 operating system.

YotaPhone 2 today will be guerrilla store (pop-up store, temporary shop) way in London on sale, priced at about 3760 yuan. It is reported that in January next year will begin selling in the country. Dual nature is good. But how do fall off? Palms are the meat back ah, but even Apple’s latest patent drop resistance could not save it.