Hisense debuts dual-screen smartphone
( Xinhua )
Hisense's dual-display smartphone. [Photo/hisense.com]
QINGDAO - Chinese tech firm Hisense Group on Thursday launched its dual-display smartphone Hisense A2.
The Android smartphone has a 5.5-inch AMOLED panel as its primary display, and a 5.2-inch E-ink screen on the rear side.
The E-ink screen features sunlight visibility and low power consumption. It can display a static image without using any power.
The handset, which costs 2,999 yuan ($435), has fingerprint sensors on both sides.
Hisense is based in Qingdao City, in the eastern province of Shandong, it is best known for its televisions. It has launched a series of smartphones including the King Kong model, released in 2015, which is a tough and durable handset with a shatter proof screen and thick rubber strips adorning the top and bottom.