We had the honor of talking with the CEO of Yota Devices, Vlad Martynov at CES 2015! Vlad details the company's goals for the future, as well as some of the obstacles the company had to overcome to bring this device to market.
We’ve had a little bit of everything in the world of Android this week. Samsung surprised naysayers with a speedy Lollipop update kickoff for the Galaxy S5. Google pushed out a minor update to Nexus devices, bringing the software revision to Android 5.0.1. The two-face YotaPhone 2 finally made its actual debut, and we brought you our impressions of it. Some tantalizing rumors about Samsung’s and HTC’s upcoming flagships surfaced. And Google pushed out interesting updates to Messenger, News, and YouTube.
Reports are coming in that Yota Devices will move their headquarters to Ontario, Canada by the end of the year. To employ displaced Blackberry engineers and finally put the YotaPhone into the hands of North American consumers.
Next-gen YotaPhone officially announced, U.S. release by end of 2014
Yota Devices has now taken the wraps off the next-gen YotaPhone, which features a Snapdragon 800 CPU and 2GB of RAM. All around, this is a major improvement over the original! Read on for more details!
Rumor: Dual-displayed YotaPhone’s successor to be unveiled next week at MWC