Nov 17 AT 11:04 AM Evan Selleck 4 Comments

YotaPhone 2 will have its two display design showcased on December 3

image YotaPhone 2

In December of 2013, the original YotaPhone went up for sale in all of its blocky, two-sided display glory. Now, the official Twitter account behind YotaPhone has revealed that the next-generation handset is coming soon.

An early morning tweet from YotaPhone has confirmed that the YotaPhone 2 will be officially showcased on Wednesday, December 3, at an invite-only held in London. Unfortunately, the tweet was scarce on details, like pricing or release date, but if you’ve been looking forward to seeing the YotaPhone 2 again, the time is coming up quickly.

Back in February of this year, YotaPhone revealed some of the specifications for the YotaPhone 2, including the 5-inch 1920×1080 AMOLED display on one side and a 4.7-inch 960×540 e-ink display on the other. Under the hood, the company said there is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and that it will be equipped with 32GB of built-in storage and 2GB of RAM. There will also be an 8-megapixel camera on the back, with a 2-megapixel front-facing shooter on the other side. The YotaPhone 2 will also have a Smart Power Mode that will let owners turn off the AMOLED display and use only the e-ink display to continue using the handset, but conserve power while they do it.

Are you looking forward to seeing the YotaPhone 2?

Source: @YotaPhone

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  • surethom

    Heres hoping the Yotaphone uses a Colour eink display this time, would be even more useful, for say displaying maps.

    When will a manufacture use a colour eink display in there products, any colour is better than non.

    • aranea

      Color e-ink’s are not fast enough to be the primary display and as a secondary screen they are expensive. Look at Toq.

  • justin robertson

    Neat little phone again, bit outdated specs for the time its coming, but it can still make a hit if the price is right, and even then, if not a cheap price, its still good for the e ink display, that’d be useful for spotify or web browsing, when u don’t want to kill a bunch of battery. Finally a true way to save battery on greyscale, not just formatting colors on my phone lol. – Sent from my blazing fast Nexus 5

  • Taharul

    Hope it will be ultramodern and as will be as next generation want.

    Thanks for this news.