The essence of the YotaPhone’s appeal lies in its combination of an extremely energy-efficient E Ink display with all the modern versatility of an Android smartphone. You have your smartphone with you, all the time anyway, why not build the e-reader right into it, the same way that cameras, music players, and GPS unit?
There is a Yota Mirror mode that allows you to run Android entirely on the back, but this is strictly optional and mostly to be used when trying to extend battery life.
On the other side of the 4.7-inch E Ink screen is a 5-inch AMOLED display. The latter has a 1080p resolution, but suffers from poor color accuracy.
The same is true of the YotaPhone 2’s design. Much like its display, the phone’s construction is just okay, nothing especially premium. It has a well rounded, uncomplicated shape that makes for comfortable ergonomics, a shallow power button that offers little tactile feedback.
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