I have been looking into Yota it is a new phone that was introduced at CES. The phone has a normal touch screen on one side and an e ink display on back. Low interaction on the e ink side but always on technology and interaction capable. Does this look to be a Neonode application? All of the details have yet to be released and this is a 2 year in the working project. The CES video did not go into great detail but did cover it in broader terms. No doubt Neonode is no stranger to e ink. Any thoughts or information on this?
To clarify the swipe gesture, (yes everyone can swipe), low power use, and always on technology is what intrigues me. All of these are Neonode selling features for IR. Just a thought would enjoy any info on this if any of you have researched this.
Danny, I posted earlier, but it did not post...probably because I referenced a website. Anyway, I learned that the Yota unit has a capacitive area where the swipe gesture is used to turn pages...doubt Neonode is involved.