Say hello to the YotaPhone 2, an Android phone with a normal LCD screen on one side and -- exotically -- an e-ink display on the back, which you see here.
It's the second attempt by Russian firm Yota at making this two-faced phone. This second generation has a wealth of upgrades to the design and overall specs.
It's available to preorder today in the UK and the rest of Europe for the princely sum of £550. There's no official word yet on when it will reach the US and Australia, but a direct price conversion would be $860 and AU$1,025, respectively.
Alternatively, you can have the e-ink side mirror what's on the LCD side, meaning you can swipe around the Android interface exactly as you normally would. Except much more slowly. And in black and white.
Pressing and holding the home button on the front will let you switch to view Android on the back, or take a screenshot of whatever's on the LCD screen and display it instantly on the back -- it'll remain there even if the battery dies.