A prototype for the next generation of the YotaPhone has today been unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

As the successor to the original YotaPhone that was released late year, the new version will include the same dual screens, but in a new rounded design that picks up on some of the specifications that where highly requested.

One of the first of those updates is the inclusion of a new 4.7 inch E-Ink display on the back of device that is now fully touch sensitive.

Designed the be always on, the E Ink display allows users to check calls, texts, emails and tweets without reducing the remaining battery life on their phone, but if they prefer it, users can also use the front-facing 5 inch AMOLED display that features a Full HD 1080p resolution.

Inside there’s also a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, with Android pre-installed.

At the moment the device is only a prototype, so there’s no information on pricing or worldwide availability.

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