AnonD-441601, 27 Sep 2017Strange phone and expensive for not having an SD Card slot. It has MicroSD slot.
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2017No micro sd card.. No 3.5 aux It supports MicroSD.
And why do you need obsolete 3.5mm jack?
Hazzerwaz, 25 Sep 2017The yota2 had wireless charging so i think it would be a pointless backset if they didnt put i... moreVersion for China do not have NFC and wirless charging.
Version for Russia and Europe will have.
robogo, 28 Sep 2017I see you understand absolutely nothing about the Yota.Actually I know everything about yotaphone these are sub standard products with outdated Soc with ink display a gimmick, if you know what is screen or colour inversion ,
Also yota come with flagship cost(price )
How long does it take to come to Turkey? I want to buy it. But i cannot wait too long.
I only discovered that this device is russian yesterday I believed that this device is chinese...cut all of my expectations.
emreg, 23 Sep 2017does anybody know if wireless charging supported ?The yota2 had wireless charging so i think it would be a pointless backset if they didnt put it on the yota3. So the answer is most likely
I'm surprised how many people just don't get the purpose of the e-ink screen :) I agree that it is overpriced though, it would be worth to buy with better CPU and GPU, or with the leaked prices ($350-$400 for 64GB model) but I don't think it will do well with this prices.
Overpriced outdated Soc, and did we really need second screen. ..?
Or this phone is for colour blinds ------×
Anonymous, 20 Sep 2017I have and love my Yotaphone 2. But it was way overpriced for a phone with previous years spec... moreSeems like a good idea!. May be the whole setup should be hammered to get 7.9mm thickness or even less.
Ideas are worth trying..!
I have and love my Yotaphone 2. But it was way overpriced for a phone with previous years specs (the Snapdragon 810 had been out for a while... I think the 815 was coming out or had just come out - but the Y2 was released with the 801). The price back then was competing with Galaxy series with anything but flagship specs.
This time we have an upper mid range 18 month old processor. This places it firmly among the aging mid range devices like the Lenovo P2. So, we should see a price point that is similar or close... but we don't. The Lenovo P2 is about $200. This is about $550.
I have an idea: buy to Lenovo P2's, stick them back to back ($1 glue) and save yourself $49 for a dual screen phone!