February 24, 2014
Today at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014, YotaPhone and Cypress announced features on the 2nd generation YotaPhone: larger and better displays and both displays will have full touch screen.
Here is the spec comparison of the first and second generation YotaPhone:
Source: Yota Devices, compiled by Touch Display Research, Feb 2014
YotaPhone stands out from the crowd with its low power secondary display on the back, which is made by E Ink.
Touch Display Research believes flexible, thin, low power, good sunlight readability display will be suitable for secondary, cover display. For example, in a bright sunny day, when it’s hard to see the information on your mobile phone’s LCD or AMOLED display, you can use your secondary display to show the mobile phone information. In the “Flexible and Curved Display Technologies and Market Forecast” report, Touch Display Research forecast secondary display will have rapid growth from 2014.
Thanks for reading,
Jennifer and team