Archive for December, 2014

When you’ve only had a smartphone with one side, you never thought having two sides to a smartphone was a necessity. It’s not only a necessity, it’s a game changer in the mobile industry. I was able to get my hands on the device during the London launch and have used it for about 2 weeks before giving my personal review of the smartphone.

Battery Life

As a business exec, my smartphone is essential in my life. From emails to phone calls, I need to be able to connect with people without having to worry about squeezing the battery out of my phone. The battery lasted 2.5 days for me, on average, which is beyond what I expected.

YotaPhone 2 measures their battery life in days, not hours. I was shocked with how many photos, tweets and calls I made during the lifetime of my battery. I’ve never had a smartphone that’s lasted as long as the YotaPhone 2 does, and would recommend it based on this fact alone.














Both Sides Smartphone

Do I really need two sides on my smartphone? The YotaPhone 2 has shockingly convinced me that it’s not a luxury, but a necessity. I can’t tell you how many times I have to shade my phone in the sun in order to read a text, or how often I find myself switching devices to read my favorite magazine.

It’s not a gimmick, it’s a game changer.


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Yota Snap

This is, by far, the best feature the YotaPhone 2 has to offer. My second home is in the airport and Yota snap takes the worry out of my phone dying.

I can actually “snap” my boarding pass to the e-ink screen, which will remain on, even after the battery dies.

Basically, the YotaPhone 2 is always on, even when it’s off. And this is something no other smartphone can even come close to.

I consider myself a game changer and I need a smartphone that will keep up with that, YotaPhone 2 delivers.