I really like this idea.
Although the unique YotaPhone 2, with its front and back displays, can work with AT&T and T-Mobile’s networks, you can’t buy the phone in the U.S. just yet. That’s changing soon but don’t expect to see the handset with e-ink rear screen in a carrier store anytime soon. Instead, the company is taking to Indiegogo to sell the phone for around $600 off-contract, according to PhoneScoop.
Availability news came out of the Mobile World Congress where company announced the Indiegogo campaign. You can’t purchase the phone at the moment but you can provide an email address for updates in anticipation of April sales. YotaPhone says it will provide early-bird pricing for the Android 4.4 phone — which will get [company]Google[/company] Android 5.0 in the near future — and plans to bring it to retailers such as Best Buy in the U.S. as well.
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