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The new YotaPhone prototype boasts a bigger 4.7-inch e-ink display with a sharper 960x540-pixel resolution.
The new YotaPhone's 960x540-pixel resolution is way more detail-rich than the first phone's 640x360-pixel resolution.
The new working YotaPhone prototype has an e-ink display which can show large photos plus make room for important phone alerts.
The curved chassis of the revamped YotaPhone is more trim and exudes greater elegance.
The bottom lip houses a set of speakers.
The YotaPhone's larger e-ink screen works wonders on text-heavy documents.
Looking at the back face of the YotaPhone you'd never guess the front is all Android KitKat.
Placed side-by-side with the new YotaPhone, the old model looks positively blocky and brick-like.
This mock up of the new YotaPhone shows just how notification crazy the device's e-ink screen may get.
The YotaPhone will come in white and black.
Its power-saving e-ink display is a major driver behind the phone's value. This second YotaPhone takes it all a step further with a power-saving profile that completely hibernates the Android screen and runs the phone's low-power e-ink side instead.
Yota Devices envisions turn-based and longer casual gaming sessions on the YotaPhone's low-power electronic paper display.
NFC and wireless charging make an appearance in this second act; you can toggle them on and off in the Settings menu.