The YotaPhone 2 is Russian brand Yota Device's second Android smartphone to rock two screens - a conventional LCD on the front, and an E-Ink display on the back.
YotaPhone 2: Size and build
It's clear that the company has put a lot more thought into the design of the phone this time round. The handset is slimmer and lighter than its predecessor and measures 8.9mm thick. The back sports a more rounded finished so that the back screen covers a wider area.
While the phone may not stand quite shoulder-to-shoulder with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and iPhone 5s in terms of tech, the result of these design tweaks means that the new YotaPhone looks like a much more desirable handset than its predecessor.
The manufacturer told us that the original phone has not only been popular with early adoptors but also with designers and artists, thanks to its innovative design.
YotaPhone 2: Screen
The main screen is a full HD 5-inch AMOLED affair, which looks just fine, but on the YotaPhone, it's all about the second screen.
YotaPhone 2: Features
Most of the specs have been improved since the last model. The camera sports a respectable 8MP rear-facing camera plus a 2MP camera on the front. Along with the usual Wi-Fi, the new YotaPhone also packs 4G and NFC.
YotaPhone 2: Performance
The new handset runs on the new quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, with 2G of RAM. From what we could see in our short time with the phone, the UI looked pretty zippy and chucking stuff from the main screen to the back screen was instantaneous.
YotaPhone 2: Verdict
While the first YotaPhone seemed like a bit of a gimmick, the manufacturer has learnt lessons and applied them to the second-gen handset. And what they've come up with looks like a very cool product. So far we've only seen a very early version of the new product (plus a non-working mock-up that's also featured in the gallery above), so we reckon they'll be a few tweaks before the phone huits the shops. Stay tuned for a full review later this year...
YotaPhone 2 price: TBC
YotaPhone 2 review: Hands-on
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Reckon you could use a phone with an LCD screen on one side and a Kindle-like e-Ink screen in the other? Read our YotaPhone 2 hands-on review
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