Smartphones with two screens are no longer a novelty, as the concept of dual-screen has long been present. But for the current era of Android smartphones, the famous smartphone brings two screens is Yotaphone which became the first Android smartphone with dual-screen. Unlike the Yotaphone secondary screen using e-ink panel, Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus comes with a type OLED secondary display.
Now the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Hisense launched a new dual-screen smartphone called Hisense A2 Pro. This smartphone brings a dual-screen concept similar to Yotaphone, which uses an e-ink panel on the back.
Hisense A2 Pro comes with a 5.5 inch FHD AMOLED display with 2.5D curved glass in front, while the e-ink screen on the back is 5.2 inches wide. Of course the main function of the secondary screen of this smartphone is to read an e-book or see a glimpse of info.
The new smartphone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625 coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. In the sector of photography, this device carries Sony IMX386 12MP sensor on the back, while for selfie can use the front camera 16MP resolution.
Hisense A2 Pro has a sizeable 3.090mAh battery and has dual SIM / dual standby support. For the fingerprint scanner sensor is on the side of the phone, because the back of this smartphone is occupied by a secondary screen. For ketersediaanya, this smartphone will go on sale on September 26 tomorrow in China market. Unfortunately there is currently no information about the price.