Yota and ZTE will partner to launch the YotaPhone 3
The YotaPhone 2 introduced one of the most unique designs of any Android device ever to hit the market. Its interesting rear display concept improved battery life and made reading easier on the eyes. According to a recent report, the company is planning a partnership with ZTE in order to create the YotaPhone 3.
The YotaPhone 3 will likely bring a unique design to the table just like its predecessor. Unfortunately, everyone living in North America had a hard time getting access to Yota’s previous handset due to a supply shortage. Let’s hope the company will change that with its YotaPhone 3 handset.
The YotaPhone 3 will likely launch in Q1 of 2016. Yota plans to produce more than 100,000 handsets this time around to ensure everyone who wants one, gets one. The agreement with Chinese manufacturer ZTE will hopefully help that. In addition, ZTE plans to give Yota some help when it comes to software and development. With market-share growing in the states, ZTE has a chance to strike big with this one. The handset will likely run Android, however rumors suggest the company might switch to Sailfish instead. We’ll keep you updated.
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