by Stephen Schenck | December 13, 2012 4:40 PM
Back during the IFA at the end of August, we learned of work being done to develop an unusual dual-screen Android. Rather than some sort of complicated hinge system like the Kyocera Echo employed, this design would place a secondary display right on the phone's back. So, what's the point of that, you ask? Because the secondary screen is a low-power electronic ink component, able to display notifications without killing your battery. Now Russian company Yota is preparing its own handset along those lines, and its Head of Software Development recently took the time to demonstrate the ...
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