YotaPhone 3 makes formal debut with dual displays and 3300mAh battery

by Lawrence Cooper August 27, 2017, 0:15
YotaPhone 3 makes formal debut with dual displays and 3300mAh battery

YotaPhone 3 is available only in Black color and the company had earlier confirmed that the device will be priced at $350 (Rs 23,621) for the 64GB variant while the 128GB variant is priced a tad bit higher at $450 (Rs 28,827). Russian smartphone maker Yota has been swearing by this formula since 2012 and their latest offering - the YotaPhone 3, is a shining example of that. The Yotaphone 3 comes with the bigger screen and better hardware with newer design language. It is slated to go up for pre-order in China on September 5. Unfortunately, the company has made no official announcement on the pricing details and availability of the YotaPhone 3 for other markets.

The major highlight of the device is the E-ink display at the rear panel of the smartphone, while at the front, there will be an AMOLED screen.

This smartphone has confirmed to pack an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor.

On the camera front, the phone comes with a 13MP rear optics which comes with autofocus, and dual-LED (dual tone) flash. They had originally announced the YotaPhone 3 a couple of months ago, but had yet to reveal what the device would look like.

In terms of memory, the YotaPhone 3 is backed up by a 4GB of RAM and 64GB / 128GB of onboard storage, which can be further expanded via a microSD card. The smartphone also features a front-mounted fingerprint sensor, that is housed underneath a capsule-sized physical Home Button of the device. The phone will ship with Android Nougat, though that will be skinned with Yota's own software. The rear-facing camera is also capable of recording 4K UHD (2160p) resolution videos. Inside it has a 3,300mAh capacity battery that can be charged with a USB Type-C cable.

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