Even though the concept of a dual-screen devices hasn’t gained much popularity after the launch of the original YotaPhone last year, that doesn’t mean that there is no future for the idea. Some of us end up using our smartphones to continue reading a book every now and then, and the option of a less power-hungry display is also practical for a long day of extensive use. We were all very pleased with the YotaPhone 2 prototype that we saw at MWC 2014, and it seems we finally get a launch.

Yota Devices has just sent out press invitations for an event to happen in London on December 3rd in order to make the global launch of its new YotaPhone 2. Sadly, even when we had some time with the device at MWC 2014, there were no official details pertaining to specs, so we’ll most likely have to wait until this event in order to get you some quality data on what to expect.

We wish this YotaPhone 2 didn’t take almost a full year to get launched, but a ton of really cool software tricks that it uses in conjunction with the e-ink display make the delay sound logical. Make sure you have a look at our hands-on for more details.

Source: YotaPhone
Via: Android Central

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