It looks like sequels are the order of the day. First of all, we had the YotaPhone that was announced early last year, before the YotaPhone 2 (as seen above) was introduced this summer. Well, it seems that there will also be a successor to the YotaPhone 2, and it is apt enough for the device to be known as the YotaPhone 3 (with whispers of it being manufactured by the folks over at ZTE, of course). As for the release date of the YotaPhone 3, we are looking at a 2016 debut, which frankly speaking, is not too far away if the first quarter is being targeted.
As for the hardware specifications that will be found in the YotaPhone 3, that remains to be seen, although we will definitely be surprised of the dual screen setup that have been the signature mark of the YotaPhone series to date will be done away with. Hence, one can almost certainly expect to see a regular display in front, while the back will carry an energy saving E Ink display.
As for the asking price, Bloomberg points to a possible $550 mark, which means there should not be a significant shift in the sticker price compared to the current YotaPhone 2. It is said that Yota CEO Vlad Martynov hopes to hit a global sales figure of more than 1 million handsets annually. Good luck!