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Could two-screen phones make a comeback?

Two screen phones e-ink Yota Devices Vladislav Martynov

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Mobile phones with two screens have been around since the days when being able to see who was calling was still a technological treat.

But current smartphones appear to have moved away from the idea.

Richard Taylor talks to Yota Devices CEO Vladislav Martynov about why he hopes e-ink on the second screen is the answer consumers have been looking for.


From http://news.bbc.co.u...ine/9782115.stm


I've never had a two screen smartphone but will they come back?

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That seems pretty good. It might not matter if we get better and more efficient batteries, but for now it seems pretty useful. You believe that I still don't have a cell phone though? I might have to break down and get one if they keep getting cool stuff.

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Well, I didn't have one until about a year and a half ago, so don't feel bad, and even then, it's just a regular cell phone on a pay-as-you go plan and not a smartphone with a contract. It's minimalistic, but works great for what it needs to do. That said though, this seems like a great use for an e-ink screen while maximizing battery use. I got a Tablet for Christmas this year (Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus) and I much prefer reading on my Kindle than with the tablet, mainly due to the contrast. For colour things such as PDFs though, it's great.

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