YotaPhone 3 to be manufactured by China's ZTE, coming in Q1 2016

16 September, 2015
Initially, around 100,000 units of the smartphone are expected to be produced.

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  • AnonD-276592

It will be a substandard device.

Eske Rahn, 16 Sep 2015Well I think it depend on your phone-usage pattern. There ... moreA bit steep in price? And a hardware qwerty keyboard? But didn't you have an iphone 6?

  • Eske Rahn

Force Majeure, 16 Sep 2015Interesting mobile, but it's hard to justify getting one wi... moreWell I think it depend on your phone-usage pattern.
There are generally two 'types' of phone-users. Those that keep their phone in the pocket, and those that put it on the desk (for prolonged battery stamina, and ease of access). The first kind won't have much use of a dual screen (except perhaps for prolonged reading), but the second kind will, with the e-ink display facing up on the desk.

I really like the concept, though I find the price-tag a bit steep. But as I personally require a hardware QWERTY, the device is not for me.

The optimal display (until new technologies are invented) would be an e-ink type-display, with a transparent active colour display layer on top.

  • AnonD-308243

Force Majeure, 16 Sep 2015Interesting mobile, but it's hard to justify getting one wi... moreman if they make a phablet with this kinda of tech, i will break my bank account for it...:D

  • Akla

what's the point of having two screens??? I am not getting it...

  • Anonymous

If it gets cheaper, i would get one

  • Force Majeure

Interesting mobile, but it's hard to justify getting one with dual screens. I wonder how many would use the dual screens, that often.