If you’re an avid consumer of books and magazines, or simply want to get the absolute most from your phone’s power source, the YotaPhone 2 is worth co

If you’re an avid consumer of books and magazines, or simply want to get the absolute most from your phone’s power source, the YotaPhone 2 is worth considering.   meizu mx5 At first blush, the YotaPhone 2 is rather plain looking.It has simple, but classy lines that give it a rounded profile.I like the curved corners and the clean way the sides edges meet the front and back surfaces of the device.From several feet away, the Y2 looks like pretty much any mid-range Android smartphone.The device has a black face, but the side and back surfaces are a dark gray that I rather like.
The front panel is made of glass, while the sides are formed by a polycarbonate frame.I find the shape, color, and texture of the frame pleasing.The frame is thinnest at the left and right side edges.www.boardsforphones.com The back surface is formed from Gorilla Glass 3 and it has a rougher texture than the front.The look and feel of the back screen is entirely different from the main display.
That’s by design, so you know immediately which way you’re holding it.The Y2 is sized well.It is about the same height and width as the second-generation Moto G.I’d call the weight just about perfect.It’s not too heavy, nor so light as to feel cheap. The back surface tapers a bit toward the edges, so the Y2 fits snugly in your palm.I had no trouble reaching the entire screen with my thumb when holding the phone naturally.The Y2 will easily slip into most pockets.
This quirky Android smartphone has two screens, one on front and one on back.The second uses e-ink to help conserve battery life.

If you’re into weird stuff and want a phone that goes the distance, the YotaPhone 2 is a conversation-starting option.The YotaPhone is wholly unique, and therefore rather easy to classify.This two-screened device is for people who want to maximize battery life and perhaps spend time reading on their phone.