Yotaphone which is today at CTIA in Las Vegas, is made by the company Yota Services behind innovative handset. The company introduced RUBY which is a sleek LTE hotspot having a small e-ink screen. The same company made Yotaphone, which was a twin display of smartphone of Android. It had a color LCD in the front and e-ink in the rear portion. Audiences usually do not get excited with products like Ruby, but there is something exceptional in it. Ruby has a similar appearance to that of Jony Ive’s Workshop.
There are additional interesting features that can be matched up with it. The design is similar to that of iPod mini and is not made of aluminum. Instead it is made up of plastic. You will find a two way power switch and an e-ink at the top of it. It is considered to be exceptional because when Ruby will behave like a hotspot if you slide it to the left. If you slide it to the right it will act as a public access point. You will also be able to see the battery and signal status in the e-link screen.
Not only that you will also be able to see a number of connected devices and public mode will be confirmed by a smiley icon. The bottom edge of Ruby has a trick flap in it that has a USB Type a plug and a micro USB slot. It is however dependent by the way it is positioned. It also has a micro-SIM slot but you will not be able to see it because it is cleverly hidden in it. It also has a RGB LED mounted at the back of it.
It also supports a plus HSPA+, quad-band EDGE and LTE for the European market. You can also use the radio to configure it to other hardware. It has battery backup of about 16 hours and can have a standby of about 60 hours. It has a capacity of 2100 mAH that can be powered to the unit. It has a good charging capacity and can be charged up to about 70% capacity in one hour.