What do you think the next generation of smartphone tech will look like? If you're anything like designer of the YotaPhone 2, then you see a phone with screens on not just one side, but both sides.
If you're anything like me, then you're probably saying "Hold on a second there, Kim. Now wouldn't a second screen on a smartphone just drain the battery that much faster?" YotaPhone had an answer for that, too.
Instead of simply throwing a battery-sucking LCD onto the other side of the YotaPhone 2, the designers opted for an e-ink screen instead.
That's right, the same screen that you'll find on e-readers is heading straight for your phone.
You may have heard about the YotaPhone when I mentioned it in a list of upcoming smartphones that were worth the wait. While the YotaPhone 2 is technically available, you'll only find it in Asian and European markets.
E-Ink, the company behind YotaPhone, told a Business Insider correspondent at CES that the company planned to bring the phone stateside.
It's a cool looking phone, right? There's a catch.
It's not going to be cheap. The YotaPhone 2 retails for about $700. Still, if you want a battery-saving phone with an innovative new screen feature, you can't do much better than the YotaPhone 2.
If you'd rather save a buck and just buy an e-reader with an e-ink screen by yourself, then you might also want to check out my handy comparison chart.