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Russian two-screened smartphone to be presented in China expo

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Russian two-screened smartphone to be presented in China expo


New Russian smartphone of the third generation - YotaPhone 3 will be presented at the CREXPO-2017 Exhibition. Russian-Chinese EXPO will work in Harbin, China. The Forth CREXPO-2017 Exhibition will be opened on June 15th, as per RIA Novosti.

According to Rostec State Corporation representative Viktor Kladov, a new model of smartphone with two screens will be presented at the exhibition.

It is worth reminding that Yota Devices Russian producer claimed its intentions to enter Chinese market two years ago. The country leader Xi Jinping became an owner of the first model of YotaPhone 2 in China. He received the hi-tech gift from Russian President Vladimir Putin in the course of APEC Summit in Beijing.

Yota Devices Company has been developing mobile phones for eight years. The very first YotaPhone was introduced in 2012. The device had two screens, a sensor screen and a black and white screen based on e-ink. An upgraded smartphone version was issued in 2014.

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