Devices Yota will launch a dual screen mobile in 2013
Devices Yota is a Russian company that is developing a mobile, YotaPhone called, quite different from what we are used to seeing. In fact, this will be the first smartphone on the market with two screens, the front will be a color LCD while the rear will be electronic ink .
The front display is an LCD YotaPhone of 4.3 inches and has a resolution of 1280 x 720, meaning that its features are at half normal. Furthermore, the display located on the back of the phone has the same size besides offering be 200 dpi electronic ink. What is really surprising is that despite having two screens, the thickness of the phone is less than 10 mm and weighs only 140 grams.
Inside, this smartphone has a processor Snapdragon S4 dual core 1.5GHz, accompanied by 2GB of RAM. You also have two versions with different storage capacities, a 32 GB and a 64 GB. That if, following the recent trend to save all of our data in the cloud, the memory is not expandable via microSD cards.
In addition, the smartphone will feature two cameras. The one on the back has a 12 megapixel sensor while the front, more focused on videoconferencing, has a resolution of 720p. To adapt to the current times have introduced LTE connectivity make the most in countries that are adopting the new standard. Also noteworthy is that the version will Jelly Bean Android.
One of the strengths is that the electronic ink display consumes very little power and, therefore, if we are used to read a lot on the phone, we could improve autonomy. Also, we thank our view as prevent the damage as much as conventional displays. However, since the company itself as well consider reading try to use for other tasks to try to improve the autonomy by 50 percent. It is a very good measure for partially solve the current problem of large battery life.
According to the manufacturer, this smartphone will be available worldwide in the second half of 2013 and will also be presented in February at the mobile World Congress in Barcelona.Tags: Dual screen, electronic ink, mobile