Disclosed characteristics YotaPhone 3: Snapdragon chip 625 and 4GB of RAM

At the end of last week, we reported that in the course of the Russian-Chinese Expo in Harbin (China) at the stand of the state corporation Rostec was presented YotaPhone third generation smartphone. Now there are some additional details.

Press and Information Office BaoliYota Technology / RBC
Press and Information Office BaoliYota Technology / RBC

The presentation was held Fran Chen, CEO BaoliYota Technology, a joint venture company China Baoli and Coolpad, which is engaged in manufacture and distribution of devices in China. It has been said that the smartphone will be offered in versions with a flash module 64 and the capacity of 128 GB. Price of respectively 350 and 450 US dollars.

Before the start of sales of the manufacturer of the device – the company Yota Devices – will organize a special event, which will tell in detail about all the special features. Network sources also report that will serve as the basis for the smartphone processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 625, which integrates eight processing cores with the architecture of ARM Cortex-A53 (up to 2.0GHz), graphics accelerator Adreno 506 and cellular modem X9 LTE. The memory volume supposedly is 4 GB.

YotaPhone second generation
YotaPhone second generation

By informal information, basic characterized AMOLED-screen size of 5.5 inches in diagonal and a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels (Full HD). On the back side of the housing is located 5.2 inch screen on the electronic paper E Ink with 1280 × 720 dots (720 format).

Mentioned front 13-megapixel camera, rear camera with 12-megapixel sensor, a fingerprint scanner, USB port Type-C, microSD slot. You can use two SIM-cards. Power will provide battery capacity of 3,200 mAh.

Mass production YotaPhone 3 will be organized in the early autumn.

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