New York Times
Hands-on with the YotaPhone: the e-ink Android phone that nobody expected.
Mit Technology Review
The first that are thinking outside the box might just be operating overseas. Yota Devices is one of those companies.
YotaPhone makes communications between people via smartphone more natural, emotional and enjoyable.
It’s a gorgeous idea. I definitely want one.
The Russian phone is an attempt to jump into the handset market, largely dominated by American and Asian manufacturers.
We love new thinking, and the YotaPhone's dual-display system is not only new, but surprisingly well thought out.
The Next Web
Ultimately, in an Android market swimming with cookie-cutter handsets, the YotaPhone is a breath of fresh air.
The YotaPhone has LCD front, e-ink back, coolness all over.
For innovation alone, this device gets full marks.
Exciting, Interesting, and Innovative. YOTAPHONE 2, 2014's most disruptive smartphone.
In a market that has lacked genuinely innovative designs for some years, YOTAPHONE’s handset stands out, thanks to unique features.