The YotaPhone 2, an innovative Android smartphone with a standard full-color display on the front, and a low-power e-ink screen on the back, will finally make its way to the U.S. market beginning this
Yota Devices is a Russian company that entered the mental space of tech enthusiasts everywhere with the debut of the original YotaPhone a couple of years ago. In 2014, it launched the YotaPhone 2, a s
Smartphones are mostly similar, barring differences in performance, attention to detail and features that these days can seem pretty minor, especially on paper. YotaPhone is a different kettle of fish
I'm no fan of LG's rear smartphone control keys -- but turns out the company had its finger on the pulse of looming hardware disruption when it ushered in those backside smartphone controls last summe
The dual-screen Android-powered e-ink hybrid YotaPhone smartphone, which bites its thumb at those that say there's nothing new in smartphone hardware, has gone on sale in the U.K.
Russian mobile-making startup Yota Devices has just unveiled the next generation of its dual-screen smartphone, the YotaPhone. As with the current first-gen model, which went on sale in Russia and sel
Remember the <a href="https://develop.techcrunch.com/tag/yotaphone/">YotaPhone</a>? The delightfully kooky Russian smartphone that pairs a bog-standard LCD screen with an eInk display on its rump? It'
Russia-based<a target="_blank" href="http://www.yotaphone.com"> Yota Devices</a> has been working on a curious beast called the YotaPhone for over a year now, and it's gained quite a reputation for it
Yota Devices, the Russian company that has nerds like me excited with its combo e-ink/LCD display smartphone designs, today announced at MWC that it has entered into a software licensing agreement wit
Russian phone maker Yota Devices will start making its first dual-screen e-ink YotaPhones in Singapore. The company has signed with Hi-P, a manufacturer in the country, to have it mass-produce the dev
Okay, hear me out. The duel-sided <a target="_blank" href="http://www.yotaphone.com/">YotaPhone</a> is not a gimmick. It makes sense. On the back of the YotaPhone is an e-ink display that can mirror a
Fragmentation in the Android ecosystem can be a <a href="https://develop.techcrunch.com/2012/05/15/3997-models-android-fragmentation-as-seen-by-the-developers-of-opensignalmaps/">nightmare for develop