In early December, YotaPhone officially introduced the YotaPhone 2, which improves on just about every area when compared to its predecessor. The device is available now in Europe, and while it has been known for quite some time that it would launch in the United States at some point, the details of the its arrival have been shady at best.
They haven’t gotten much better lately, but there is some good news for anyone that has been eagerly anticipating the upcoming U.S.-based launch of the new YotaPhone. The Managing Director for the Americas, Matthew Kelly, has some potential good news says that the handset that features a pair of displays — an LCD on one side and an e-ink display on the other — is indeed going to launch with one of the major wireless carriers in the United States. According to Kelly, “one of the big four” will launch the device at some point in the future, but which one still remains a mystery.
So that means either AT&T, Verizon, Sprint or T-Mobile will be hosting the handset in 2015.
Kelly also said that the YotaPhone 2 will launch on a Canadian carrier at some point in 2015. But, again, the finer details still remain unknown.
The YotaPhone 2 also features 32GB of built-in storage, 2GB of RAM, and it’s running Android 4.4.3 under the hood.