If you haven't heard of it, the YotaPhone is an innovative smartphone which has not one, but two screens. On the front is a regular AMOLED display and on the back is an e-ink display which we're used to seeing on eReaders.
"The typical user picks up and activates their smartphone more than 150 times a day. Why? Because users worry that messages or information they need or want are hidden behind their phone’s black screen," said Vlad Martynov, chief executive of Yota Devices.
"Yota Devices proved that there is an antidote to the always-dark smartphone screen. The future of smartphones is always-on displays allowing users real-time access to information without turning off the real world and disrupting the people around you."
Source: pcadvisor.co.ukAdded: 4 December 2014