before the likes of Samsung could put two displays onto one single smartphone, Russian company Yota attempted to do the same as far back as December 2012 with the release of the YotaPhone.
The manufacturer of the dual-screen YotaPhone, which first appeared in December 2012, announced the bankruptcy.
Before giant companies like Samsung put two displays on a single smartphone, the Russian company Yota was put on the job in 2012 with the YotaPhone smartphone with the primary display LCD screen and the second screen with e-ink on the back. The device had a very high level of technology compared to other smartphones. Yota, this furyaya YotaPhone 2 and YotaPhone 3 continued until 2017.
Unfortunately, dual-screen phones did not attract the attention expected by consumers. Although other OEMs (original product manufacturers) have begun to focus on this idea, it seems to be the end of the road for the Yota company.
The Supreme Court of the Cayman Islands, where Yota was registered, said the company was bankrupt. The bankruptcy case was opened by Hi-p Electronics, a company providing the screens of the first two generations of the YotaPhone. These two companies were in dispute because Yota did not reach the minimum number of orders and therefore did not sell enough.
Dual-screen phones can make a comeback with foldable telephones, but the Samsung Galaxy Fold did a lot of trouble right after it came out. The fact that Samsung faces these challenges and Yota’s phones don’t sell enough will be a sign that OEMs will not pay much attention to this idea.