With an e-ink display, Android phone aims to offer a week of battery life

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Technology fans may recall the YotaPhone, a dual-screen device unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) earlier this year, but it's apparently not the only mobile device in the works that features an e-ink display. E-ink is the basis for one of the YotaPhone's two screens, but MWC was also the backdrop for a demonstration of an e-ink-only Android phone by Taiwanese E Ink itself. Though it doesn't yet appear to be mentioned on E Ink's own site, the creator of e-ink technology used in devices like the Kindle has reportedly created and demonstrated an Android phone that relies upon it.…

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