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The dual-screen YotaPhone 3 has been years in the making, and it finally has a definitive launch date in China, where it'll be known simply as the Yota 3.
If it's got wacky hardware features, it's gotta be a Chinese flagship smartphone, right? Meizu is rumored to be cutting the edge and painting the rear.
No, because the two are different things. One is a weirdo concept that we doubt will come to bear, the other gets more photos of it leaked.
How come Nexbit is succeeding where the other two crowdsourced phones seemingly failed?
The YotaPhone 3, the third iteration of an innovative dual-screened Android manufactured in Russia, will move production to China, with ZTE as a partner.
According to a recent report, YotaPhone drops Android and decides to go with Jolla Sailfish, an evolution of Nokia's old Meego.
The YotaPhone 2 packs two big displays into a single smartphone. Find out what's special about life on two screens in Pocketnow's quick-look video.
Two screens are better than one... or are they? We'll explore that in our full review, but for now, check out our YotaPhone 2 unboxing from Las Vegas.
On this week's podcast: is the Nokia N1 an iPad ripoff? Can the Samsung Gear S replace a dumbphone? And will Gorilla Glass 4 save your screen? Join us!
Now that Mobile World Congress has officially closed, it's time to reflect on the show. This is the best of MWC 2014, through the eyes of Pocketnow editors.
Is the second-gen YotaPhone ready to capture the attention of the world's smartphone fans? Watch our new YotaPhone video to see the handset in action.
Yota Devices announced the YotaPhone 2 at MWC, an innovative expansion on the original that I want right now. But I won't be able to buy one till 2015.
Yota Devices brought a dual-screen smartphone to market in late 2013. Now it's pressing forward. Read about the next-gen YotaPhone, announced at MWC 2014!
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the current updates to the Google Search app for Android, and why is this important. We then talk about the new Bluetooth 4.1 standard, and how this improves your experience while mobile. Then we talk about the YotaPhone launch, what’s cool, and what’s not about this device. Samsung follows the news as we talk about its new patent focused on bringing us transparent displays. We end today’s show talking about Samsung’s device launch plans for Q1 2014, and why this is a dramatic change to the past.
YotaPhone launched in Russia and other regions, but sadly, there's no word on US availability just yet. Check out the details!
We cover the Xperia Z1, LG G2, Lumia 1520, & BlackBerry Z30 in this podcast - but dudes, it's also iPhone launch day. The iOS is strong with this episode.
The back of every smartphone is essentially wasted space. Read why the LG G2 rear volume rocker is such a great idea, and also why it isn't!
With the S 4 launch behind us, we turn our tech podcast vocals to other pressing matters: BlackBerry's past, Android's present, & Windows Phone's future.
MWC 2013 was a vast buffet of hot new smartphones and tablets. If you missed the show, watch our video for a fun summary of what was hot -and what was not- at this year's Mobile World Congress.
MWC 2013 has been a whirlwind of an event. If you fear that you missed something, or just want to relive it all, we've got just the recap for you.
MWC 2013 was equal parts excitement and letdown - but sometimes there's greatness even in disappointment. Listen in for our post-show wrapup covering the hotness and the lame-sauce from the biggest show in Mobile, live from Barcelona!
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about how Google doesn’t seem to like the idea of building their own retail stores. We later talk about the rumored HTC Tiara, which proves that HTC is still committed to building Windows Phones. Then we talk about Nokia and their expansion plans, though instead of bringing more phones, they’re clearly becoming more of a software company. The dual-screen Yotaphone is next, as we show you some hands-on coverage of the device at MWC 2013. We end today’s show talking about how even Apple’s Ad gurus admit that Samsung [...]
Watch us take a look at the dual-screened YotaPhone, a unique Android with a secondary e-ink display.