Feb 24 2014, 6:59am CST | by Ahmed Humayun
It seems like the YotaPhone is getting another chance to be of some greatness after all the criticism it received in reports since the last year. A lot of websites had reviewed the phone last year and they were not so sure about recommending the phone to viewers. But some comments were made about the second generation of this being safer to purchase. This ‘safer’ replacement has reached the prototype development stage and there have been some major changes in the device which are there to bring out certain improvements. If this proves to be the truth, then this new improved version can counter the criticisms received during the previous year.
Some of the improvements include the rear E-Ink panel being fully touch sensitive which indicates that the phone will be now be able to be used for a number of useful things without the need to engage the traditional power demanding display on the other side. This 4.7-inch E-Ink display we are referring to here is in the “always on” mode and with this users can manage their calls, texts, emails, browsing, tweeting et cetera. However, there is one catch to this approach and that is the slower refresh rates but it can be ignored to some extent.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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