In my country i never heard about Yota phones but this one doesnt looks very cool.
Only draw back is the lack of SD card, but I can live with a Snapdragon 625 chip. Hope it will be available in Nigeria.
CPU is okay, 5.5" is a little on the large side but it's the memory card slot that's deal breaker for me.
börek, 28 Jun 20175.5" is ideal for a phone and reader. I'll wait for that. I only concern about CPU. The Snapdragon 625 is an excellent mid-range 8-core esp. paired with 4GB RAM. Tried other handsets with similar specs and they perform flawlessly. I may be last quarters model but try find a dual-screen handset with better specs :D
5.5" is ideal for a phone and reader. I'll wait for that. I only concern about CPU.
it should have a memory card slot and a bigger screen for reading on the e-paper side! Disapointed!!!
I've been waiting for this phone to come to the US for about 3 years (about the time yotaphone 2 was supposed to come here). I'll believe it when I see it. Are any carriers in the US expected to have it available for purchase? For me, I'm just amazed that for all the technical wizardry in our present era phones, how is it that no one has come up with an interesting form factor. Just to avoid the usual black rectangle I now have a BlackBerry PRIV. It may not be a spec leader. But, it's plenty of phone for me. I hope yotaphone 3 makes it here. I don't think that there's a PRIV 2 planned.
Mr. Electronics, 20 Jun 2017Snapdragon 626 should be here instead of 625 Yes, a better processor would help
Always liked this secondary e-ink display idea.
I wonder how efficiently a gba emulator or something could run on the display.