Redisigned for 2014, the new YotaPhone showcased at MWC is one part slim and seductive Android superphone and the other a striking example of how an e-ink display makes perfect sense in future mobile devices.
We took the new and improved YotaPhone prototype handset for a test drive at MWC 2014. It's slimmer, faster, and boasts a bigger and crisper e-ink screen that has us stoked about this uncanny device's potential.
Ready for the next version of that quirky smartphone with Android on one side and e-ink on the other? So are we.
The YotaPhone is an Android smartphone with an e-ink second display slapped on its back. Check out our video review to see what this bizarre concept is about.
The YotaPhone is an Android phone that packs two screens -- one regular LCD, one E Ink.
The first iteration of the dual-screen smartphone -- LCD on side, e-ink screen on the other -- is only now just arriving in its debut market, Russia.
Is the world ready for YotaPhone's union of Android and electronic paper? And do we even need it? CNET asks away.
The quirky YotaPhone boasts an e-ink screen as well as the regular screen. Here's everything you need to know about the new phone.
CNET has exclusive access to the international launch of this quirky Android smartphone, which has a regular LCD screen plus an e-ink panel. Watch live here at 11:15 p.m. PT Tuesday/7:14 a.m. GMT Wednesday.