The Yotaphone 2 is the Russian brand's offering into the market following on from the first Yotaphone.It's not frequently you go over a really extraordinary and unique smartphone showcase, yet the Yotaphone 2 is definitely that. Special. From the front it would seem that some other Android phone, yet flip it over and you're welcomed with a moment, all-touch show - just it's an e-ink screen like those found on tablets.
On the back of the 4.7-inch E Ink screen is a 5-inch AMOLED show. It has a 1080p resolution. Actually, the Yotaphone 2 gloats a pixel thickness of 442ppi which is better than some of the high-end counterparts. That is the thing that YotaPhone 2 gives you: another succession forward in the constant walk to smartphone confluence. I, It is the first to make the E Ink screen work amicably, though it is not the only Android phone with an E Ink screen out there. Rather than endeavouring to stick the full-fat Android encounter onto the moderate e-paper show on the back, Yota has shrewdly mollified itself with including valuable gadgets and intuitive boards. There is a Yota Mirror mode that enables you to run Android totally on the back, yet this is entirely discretionary and for the most part to be utilized when attempting to broaden battery life, (for example, by perusing an article in the program without conveying the full-control show).
Hardware and Software
The Yotaphone 2 accompanies a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, which is presently finished a year old and has been predominated by Qualcomm's 801 and 805 chips. You could play an assortment of applications without issue on the handset, and keeping in mind that heap times may have been a touch longer than on telephones pressing more up to date processors it surely wasn't languid, thanks to some extent to the 2GB of RAM. The Yotaphone 2 shakes up running Android 4.4.3 KitKat. That is not exactly the most recent revision of KitKat (which is 4.4.4). Obviously, you can't take the back off this device because of the reality there's a screen in the way, so the 2500mAh battery is bolted away. That shouldn't be a problem still, as one of the key reasons there's an e-ink screen in play here is to suck less battery amid unremarkable assignments, for example, messaging, perusing and refreshing online networking.
You will locate an 8MP camera slapped on the back of the gadget. The camera application is only Google's stock Android offering, which presents a little cluster of highlights including photograph circle, display and focal point obscure. It can likewise catch 1080p video through the back camera and the forward placed, 2.1MP shooter.