Russian smartphone maker Yota Devices at the China-Russia Expo, Harbin announced its all new YotaPhone 3. While the smartphone's design was teased, the announcement did reveals a few details including its price and the expected dual display set up, which is the highlight of the brand's products.
After the original YotaPhone and then the pebble-shaped YotaPhone 2, we now have the YotaPhone 3. According to details that have been revealed at the announcement, the YotaPhone 3 will pack in the usual dual display set up. This means that we can expect a smartphone with a full colour display on the front and a secondary (similar sized) E Ink display under the rear panel.
Other details include those regarding internal storage and pricing. The YotaPhone 3 when launched will be available in two internal storage variants. This would include a base model with 64 GB internal storage priced at $350 (roughly Rs 22,500) while the second higher-priced model will arrive with 128 GB of internal storage and will be priced at $450 (roughly Rs 30,000).
The news comes from liliputing.com who also pointed out another report which hints that the YotaPhone will start shipping in China from September. The handset will be up for pre-order in Russia around the same time.
While the YotaPhone and YotaPhone 2 did reach the Indian market, there is no news as to whether the YotaPhone 3 will reach Indian shores for now. The speciality of the YotaPhone design is its secondary E Ink display that barely sips any power and can stay on for a lot longer with little battery life. The E Ink display is used to show everything from notifications to widgets and can even be used as an e reader.
Updated Date: Jun 18, 2017 13:40 PM