Yota's first mobile phone will feature a second E-Ink display on the rear of the device
The handset's E-Ink screen will be capable of displaying a range of content
The low-powered nature of the E-Ink displays means that it should have a significant impact on battery-life
The dual-screen smartphone will run on Google's Android operating system
Yota, a Russian company best known for its router and modem hardware, has announced plans to produce an Android smartphone with two screens, one a standard 720 x 1280 LCD and the second an E-Ink display providing users with constant access to social network notifications and other important information. The dual-screen YotaPhone would be the company's first mobile phone with both displays on the 4G Android device measuring 4.3 inches (10.9 cm) and featuring Gorilla Glass.
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