The original YotaPhone was a phone with a feature some called a gimmick, however, the more one thinks about it, the more sense it became. The Yotaphone featured a second screen on the rear of the device that utilised an e-ink display and could show notification information and reduce the need to use the main screen quite so often thus save battery. A YotaPhone 2 was released in late 2014 for a limited number of regions, this device saw the two screen on either side of a 9mm frame. Now the Russian brand has officially announced a new model, the YotaPhone 3, at the China-Russia Expo in Harbin.
Not much is known at the moment however we do know there will be 64GB and 128GB models, priced at about £280 and £350 respectively. One source reports that the phone will ship in China in September, and pre-orders in Russia will start around that time. We will post anything new once we find out. The Yotaphones have always been one of the most interesting designs in modern mobiles and the sort of tech we love to see hitting the market.