Yesterday, leaks press renders about the upcoming YotaPhone 3 showed off pieces of its design, though there is no images showing the front and back of the device directly. However, among four of the press renders, we now have a better look at what the phone will now look like until its official launch. The device Yota 3 will feature a front-facing fingerprint sensor which takes responsibility as a home button as well. It is pretty common among many 2017 smartphones.
However, the main part the Yota 3 comes from its second display placed on the backside of the phone, which allows users to switch between an e-ink display and the main screen on the front. Besides, there is also a trait, which has been carried through from the first two devices. The specs includes in the leak as well
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The Yota 3 will run on Yota OS 3.0 custom layout based on Android 7.0 Nougat. The phone will pack with 128GB of internal storage (there is also another 64GB variant) paired with 4GB of RAM, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core chipset. The Yota 3 is expected to sport a 5.5-inch Full HD display on the front, and a 5.2- inch e-ink display at the back with an HD resolution, which is aim to reducing the battery consumption while user use the back display. In terms of battery, the Yota 3 would be powered by a 3,200mAh battery capacity. The phone comes with a 12MP rear-facing camera while there is a 13MP snapper at the front for the selfies and video calling. The Yota 3 is also expected to integrate a USB Type-C charging port, which can help the device charge up quickly. The Yota 3 was officially announced back in June when YotaPhone teased the device and said that pre-orders would open up sometime this Summer. Although the Yota 3 still doesn’t have the official launch date yet, it seems to come up soon. According to the leak, the price for 64GB model will be at $350, while the 128GB model will cost $450.