It seems that Yota’s Managing Director for the Americas Matthew Kelly has confirmed a successor to the YotaPhone 2, the YotaPhone 3, and the YotaPhone 2c.
This comes not long after the funding of the Indiegogo campaign that will bring the YotaPhone 2 to the US this August. The YotaPhone 2 is already an impressive handset, the YotaPhone 3 should be even better with a better chipset and processor, more RAM, a gorgeous main display, better cameras, and an improved e-Ink display.
On the other hand, the YotaPhone 2c won’t be a bad performer either. It’s a budget version of the YotaPhone 2. It will probably have less “premium” features than the YotaPhone 2 has. We’re not sure what features will it be, but it’ll certainly be more friendly for those on a budget.
The YotaPhone 3 is lined up as their next successor, but Kelly says the YotaPhone 2 has to sell first.