Whether you’re looking for a new cell phone or a replacement for your current one, it’s worth considering what the E Ink ‘Phone’ can offer you. It’s a unique type of device that uses ink technology to deliver messages on your screen instead of a regular cell phone, and it’s very popular among businessmen and entrepreneurs. It also allows you to send text messages, emails, and more, so it’s a very handy addition to your daily routine.
Compared to other color E INK phones, the Hisense A7 is designed to offer a better color experience. The second generation Kaleido display features improved grayscale uniformity and color accuracy.
Aside from its color screen, the Hisense A7 is a full-featured smartphone. It has wireless Internet connectivity, a fast-charge feature, and a huge battery. It is also capable of reading comics, graphic novels, and newspapers.
Unlike most other e-ink smartphones, the Hisense A7 runs on the latest version of Android. It is equipped with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. You can also add micro-SD cards up to 256GB. The phone’s large battery supports 18W fast charging technology.
The Hisense A7 also has a super-linear speaker. The handset has a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB-C port. It is compatible with all major carriers, but the phone does not support Google Play. It is not certified by Google. However, you can download all sorts of apps from the Hisense App Store.
Dasung Paper Like U
Designed by Dasung, the Paperlike is the new kid on the E Ink block. Touted as the world’s first curved E Ink display, it offers a 3200 x 1800 pixel resolution and an impressive 4000R curvature. It also features a two-channel stereo speaker and a new generation Turbo high-speed refresh technology that delivers faster performance and lower latency.
Besides being a high-tech gadget, the Dasung Paperlike also helps protect the user’s eyes from the computer’s glare. It’s small enough to fit in your pocket, but large enough to provide a screenful of information. It also boasts a built-in USB Type-C input and HDMI input. You’ll also find a front-lit display and a nifty touchpad for quick scrolling and menu-swiping. The unit also supports an HD video output for your favorite movies and TV shows.
Not content with just making ePaper displays, Dasung also manufactures a full-fledged computer that doubles as a gaming console. The PC is outfitted with a nifty touchpad, two speakers, HDMI and USB type-C inputs and a built-in HDMI port that lets you connect a Blu-ray player.
enTourage eDGe Dualbook
enTourage eDGe is a dual-screen electronic device designed to resemble a book. It is a combination of an e-reader, tablet, notepad, and audio/video player. This combination allows users to read and take notes, watch videos, and surf the Internet. It also has a camera, and is powered by Google’s Android OS. eDGe is expected to cost around $490.
enTourage eDGe has a 10.1-inch polychromatic LCD touchscreen. The screen is based on e-Ink technology. It can be used for reading, drawing, or taking notes. It also comes with a virtual keyboard.
The eDGe features a 1.3 Mega Pixel camera, a microphone, and an SD card slot. It is also Wi-Fi (b/g) ready. It can connect to the internet, surf the web, and download e-books. It has a glare-free screen, and can be viewed in sunlight. It can also be used as a digital journal. It can store files in MP3 format. It is also equipped with a stylus.
Known as YotaPhone 3 in China, this is the latest dual screen smartphone from Russian smartphone maker Yota Devices. The phone is designed for the younger generation of smartphone users and has been released at the same time as Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge.
The new device has a 5.5-inch AMOLED display on the front and a 720p E Ink Carta panel on the back. It comes with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage and a 3,300 mAh battery.
The device has a fingerprint scanner and a USB Type-C port. It is powered by a Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor and runs on a custom version of Android called YotaOS 3.0. It also has a 12-megapixel primary camera and a 13-megapixel secondary sensor.
The phone will come with a pre-installed library of e-book apps for the Chinese market. This will include a dedicated e-book application and a selection of classical and modern literature.