However, that doesn’t mean smaller players don’t have the opportunity to take mobile devices to the next level. And that’s exactly what Russia-based YotaPhone is trying to do.
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The YotaPhone looks almost like a standard smartphone on one side. But flip it over, and it sports an e-ink display on the opposite side. One that uses much less power than the vivid, battery-leeching displays we’re now used to seeing.
It’s a simple concept, to be sure. But it could set a new trend in the handheld device market.
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