Hisense introduced the “YotaPhone for the poor” – a smartphone with two displays Hisense A2
13.02.2017 0 Comments
YotaPhone 2 has clearly shown that our country can make a modern smartphone with decent features and unique functionality. However, the cost of the device, in fact, put an end to sales of the product. Realizing this, Chinese Hisense borrowed the idea of the Russian developers by offering more advanced equipment.
Hisense officially unveiled the smartphone A2, which is equipped with AMOLED displays and E Ink. The AMOLED display has a diagonal of 5.5 inches at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, diagonal E Ink screen is 5.2 inches at a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels. Latest perfectly readable in bright sunlight, and the energy is expended only when redrawing the image. However, such a panel is only suitable for displaying static information.
It is noteworthy that the user can control the content of the main screen, by swiping and clicking on the E Ink display on the back panel.
As the basis of smartphone uses an OCTA-core Snapdragon platform 430 with a 1.4-gigahertz processor, amount of RAM is 4 GB capacity flash memory – 64 GB. Has a slot for memory cards microSD.
The main camera is characterized by a 16 megapixel sensor, phase detect autofocus and aperture F/2.0. Front camera in the smartphone is 5-megapixel. Capacity of 3090 mAh, the smartphone supports fast charging current of 2 a at A voltage of 5 V. the equipment also includes a USB connector. dimensions are 157 × 76,8 × 8.45 mm, weight — 188 grams
Hisense A2 is available in retail for $440. For comparison, the YotaPhone 2 at the start of sales was almost $700.