Straight outta Russia comes YotaPhone 3, the latest dual display device, that packs an E-Ink screen at the back. This is a midrange phone, that has reached the third generation within YotaPhone’s lineup. It’ll be sold from September 18th, priced at $360.


That price applies to the 64 GB storage version and a pricier one with 128 GB of storage will be available, at $465. Upfront there’s a 5.5 inch Full HD Super AMOLED screen and we also find a fingerprint scanner upfront, integrated within the Home button. Also inside there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, 4 GB of RAM and at the back there’s a 13 MP back shooter with dual tone flash.

The front camera is a 12 MP unit and it should take some pretty solid selfies. YotaPhone 3 packs a 3300 mAh battery, with USB Type-C as the port to juice it up. This one is a dual SIM handset, that runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat, with the YotaOS 3.0 custom UI on top. The secondary screen is a 5.2 inch panel with E-Ink technology and obviously with Always-On functionality.

That one can shown useful info, like time, weather, notifications and e-reading content. Web navigation and tasks are all shown in black and white here. Expect to see a bunch of bundled eBook readers and maybe even some original eBooks on board.

via Liliputing

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