Dual-screen smartphones are still rare in most of the world, but in China they are getting rather thick on the ground.
GizmoChina reports that Chinese smartphone maker Hisense is releasing its second dual-screen smartphone model. The Hisense A2 Pro is an upgraded model with a faster CPU and a better camera.
The Hisense A2 Pro features a 5.5" FHD AMOLED display pared with a 5.2" 960 x 540 E-ink display on the back. It runs Android on an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 with 4GB RAM. It has 64GB internal storage, a microSD card slot, and 12MP and 16MP cameras.
It also has NFC, a fingerprint sensor, Wifi, 4G connectivity, and dual-SIM card slots.
The Hisense A2 Pro will launch soon in China, and according to the product listing at JD.com it will cost 2999 yuan (about $453 USD).
That is a little less than the Yotaphone 3 will cost in China. While the two phones have very similar specs (the A2 Pro is a little better in the camera dept), the Yotaphone 3 will almost certainly win in the software dept.
If I wwre going to get one shipped from China, I'd go for the Yotaphone 3.