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.
jellybeaner, 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!
Can anybody tell me how much this will be in American dollars.