YotaPhone, the handset that is widely known for its dual-display feature, is all set to get the third unveiling this year. Reports are claiming that the third handset from Yota Devices, called Yota 3, will see a launch later this year, and will start at $350 for 64GB variant and $450 for the model with 128GB storage.
In terms of specification, the Yota 3 will come with feature the popular mid-range SoC, Snapdragon 625. Other specs of the Yota 3 includes 5.5-inch full-HD AMOLED display at the front and a 5.2-inch HD E-ink touchscreen at the back area.
The device will also come with a fingerprint scanner at the front and run on Android Nougat. Other previously rumored specs the smartphone includes dual-SIM support, 4GB RAM, 12-megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash, 13-megapixel front camera, 3200mAh battery, and a USB Type-C port.
According to one leak, the Yota 3 will miss out the 3.5mm audio jack, and the USB Type-C will handle the audio output. One report from Russia claims that the Yota 3 will start shipping in China from September.
To recall, the company has released two handsets thus far. The first generation YotaPhone was seen back in the beginning of 2013 though it started shipping only by December that year.
The company also reportedly upgraded its original dual-screen handset at MWC 2014 with the next-generation YotaPhone also known as YotaPhone 2.