In terms of technological innovations, American, Japanese and Koreans have their spots in the hall of fame. We never heard much of Russian gadgets that are released in the mainstream. But now, YotaPhone, created by Vlad Martynov and Lau Geckler, has finally reached the awareness of the masses and for the record, it received several approvals.
YotaPhone matches the standards laid for by the generations ahead of it. To give some hints, this 720 x 1,280 resolution dual-screen LCD handset archetype comes with an Android Jelly Bean processor that runs on 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor and 2GB RAM.
What makes it more interesting is its 200 dpi E Ink rear screen that lets the user feed the phone with multitude of information such as videos, tweets, ebooks and appointment without putting the battery life at stake. Some people look forward to its multitasking functionalities.
Sources also said that the production and improvisions of YotaPhone is still analyzed by its developers. The company is very open to all feedbacks and they want to come up with a smartphone that will give everyone a new experience. After long months of continuous development, YotaPhone will be released before 2013 ends. Expect that upon its release, its makers will be finished doing the final touches for this upcoming flagship handset from Russia.