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Buy the World’s First Dual-Screen Smartphone

You may have heard and used the dual sim smartphone but now meet the world’s first dual-screen smartphone. YotaPhone 2 is the first dual-screen mobile in the world that combines the features of a premium Android smartphone with the benefits of an Electronic Paper Display. This means that this smartphone have two fronts.

On one or main front of the YotaPhone 2 you’ll find a 1080p 5-inch AMOLED display ideal for gaming, multimedia and just about everything you can throw at it. On the other front is where things get really interesting, however, with a 4.7-inch 540×960 resolution electronic paper display that utilizes Yota’s always-on technology and is designed with reading, notifications and outdoor visibility in mind. Electronic paper display is always on but consumes less energy. The screen is perfectly readable even in the brightest sunshine

YotaPhone 2 is an unlocked GSM device. You’ll also get a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 chipset, 2,500mAh battery with wireless charging, WiFi ac, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, GPS, 4G LTE and more.

The other standalone feature of this smartphone is its battery life because Yotaphone 2 has almost Five days’ reading on a single charge. 2 days of basic smartphone functions. And with the YotaEnergy app you can give yourself a few more hours to get you to your next charge.

Yota Devices is a private international company dedicated to developing and producing high-tech consumer LTE equipment such as smartphones, modems and routers.  The company has sold more than 3 million 4G connectivity devices since its first products went on the market in 2009.  To date, the company has developed 2 generations of the world’s first dual-screen, always-on smartphone, YotaPhone. The company’s headquarters are located in Moscow with offices in Finland and Singapore.

YotaPhone 2 is now available through an IndieGoGo campaign.