good inovation but in the end pretty pointless id rather just use a normal screen for everything..
Now wouldn't it be just wonderful if the primary display was transparent and they 'simply' placed the e-ink under the normal display...
Somewhat like the "transflective" displays Nokia used years ago.
500 EUR does sound quite expensive but then it does support a system capable of handling Android 4.2.2 and has 2 screens. Doubt I would shed 500 EUR for it, but not because it seems expensive, but because I already carry 2 brand new phones.
evaPHONE, 04 Dec 2013Of wot value wil a dual screen be?? To me that doesn't make senseThis might give you the answer: http://www.yotaphone.com/#/en/
I actually like what they're doing. If nothing else, it's real innovation.
let's see how the market will accept the phone. the brand is not well known. that might be a problem. with samsung or LG on the phone people would kill each other to get their hands on. maybe yota should try to sell their idea to a big OEM.
AnonD-176999, 04 Dec 2013Can anybody tell me how much this will be in American dollars. Its 600 usd. We dont have conract plan in russia.
Anybody knows what is the price? I heard about 500 euro. Can you confirm this?
The rear side is a lost space, so let's make something useful of it, not a bad first attempt.
can people not read, it saves your battery. Particularly if you use ebooks!