YotaPhone 2 is a revolutionary idea that combines the visual benefits of a 5” AMOLED display with the energy saving benefits of a 4.7” Electronic Paper Display.

The YotaPhone 2 is the world’s first dual screen phone with the ability to change how we look at our phones. Every new phone that comes out has a bigger more pixel dense display but it comes at a price. Battery life.

YotaPhone 2- The Dual Screen Phenom

YotaPhone 2 does have a gorgeous AMOLED display, one that is capable of producing images in 16 million colors and in full 1920×1080 HD. The pixel density of the HD display is up there with the best at 442ppi and it has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 to boot!

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The reason the YotaPhone 2 measures its battery life in days and not hours is due in part to the electronic paper display. The 4.7” EPD is always on but doesn’t drain the battery due to how EPD’s work, thus the 45 hours of power in Yota Energy mode. EPD’s only use battery power when you want to change what it’s displaying so they’re pretty efficient. YotaPhone 2’s EPD will display images in a decent 235ppi and it too is protected by Gorilla Glass 3.

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YotaPhone’s EPD has almost limitless display customizations so you get the content you want when you want it. There are also built in second screen apps like social networks, YotaSMS, YotaSports, YotaFit, Notifications, and YotaGram. YotaPhone has established a few partner apps for even more entertainment like MusixMatch, Psyx, Bookmate and StayTuned.

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The YotaPhone 2 is also par for the course in the processor department sporting a dual-core, 2.2GHz 801 Snapdragon processor. There are a few more treats Yota has in store for us in though. Things like GPS, NFC, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi are all standard issue as one might expect. There was only one compromise is the creation of the YotaPhone 2. That compromise was one of cellular connectivity, GSM to be exact. You see, the YotaPhone 2 can only connect to GSM friendly networks. GSM networks are more plentiful however so it was the more logical choice.

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