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Priced at Rs. 23,499, the YotaPhone features a 4.3-inch HD LED 720p display and a 4.3-inch E-Ink display with a resolution of 640x360 pixel at the front and back respectively. However, it has been confirmed that there will be an e-ink at the rear face, probably with a better resolution this time around. The first YotaPhone found a decent amount of interest in 2012, followed by the YotaPhone 2 with improved specifications and build.
YotaPhone has announced a new YotaPhone 3 smartphone in a recent conference held in Northern China.
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Incidentally not much by way of the detailed specifications and features of the new phone has been revealed.
China's Baoli Technologies took a 30 percent stake in 2015, and development is now based in China rather than its former base in Finland and Russian Federation.
According to reports from the teaser event, The Yota 3 will starting shipping in China come September, with pre-orders in Russian Federation starting at a similar time.
Also, the company that announced the YotaPhone 3 at last week's expo is BaoliYota Technology, a joint venture between Baoli and Coolpad. Engadget reports that rather than a higher-end Snapdragon, the next YotaPhone will come with the mid-range Snapdragon 625. It will have a hybrid dual-SIM slot along with a 12MP rear camera with dual flash, a 13MP front camera, a 3200mAh battery and a USB-C port which also does audio output.