NTT DoCoMo Card Keitai

NTT DoCoMo's Card Keitai is the company's lightest phone ever at only 47 grams, and it features a single 600x480 E Ink display. It's a feature phone (cannot add applications) that supports simple functions.

NTT DoCoMo Card Keitai photo

The Card Keitai will ship in Japan by the end of November 2018 for around $280.

HiSense A6

The HiSense A6 is a dual-screen smartphone that features a 6.1" 2160×1080 AMOLED display on the front and a 5.6" touch E Ink Carta HD screen on the back. Other features include a snapdragon 660 chip-set, 6 GB of RAM, 64/128 GB of storage and a dual-sensor 12Mp camera. The E Ink display can mirror the front display, which can then be used to run an e-reader application or any other application.

HiSense A6 photo

The HiSense A6 will ship by the end of November 2018, the price will be around €499 in Europe.

Light Phone 2

The Light Phone 2 is a simple 4G (LTE) phone that is based on a large E Ink display. The Light phone 2 is based on the company's own OS and supports messaging, phone calls and more simple functions.

Light Phone 2 photo

The Light Phone 2 was funded in a crowdfunding campaign (which reached its goals very quickly). The phone will cost $225 as part of the campaign, with a $400 target retail cost. It will ship by April 2019.

Hisense A2 Pro

The Hisense A2 Pro is a dual-display Android smartphone that features a 5.2-inch 960x540 E Ink display on the back. The front (and main) display is a 5.5-inch FHD OLED display. Other features include an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, microSD slot, 12 MP camera and Dual-SIM.

Hisense A2 Pro photo

The Hisense A2 Pro will launch soon in China, pricing information is not available yet.

YotaPhone 3

The YotaPhone 3 is the 3rd-generation dual-screen smartphone. The YP3 features a 5.2" E Ink display on the back and a 5.5" FHD AMOLED as the main display. Other features include a Snapdragon 625 CPU, 4GB of RAM, 64/128 GB of storage and a 13MP camera.

YotaPhone 3 photo

YotaPhone will start accepting pre-orders in early September 2017, with the 64GB priced at around $350.

HiSense A2

HiSense's A2 is a dual-screen smartphone that features a 5.5" FHD AMOLED screen on the front and a 5.2" 960x540 E Ink screen on the back side. Other features include Android 6.0, 1.4Ghz octa-core CPU, 3/4GB of RAM, 32/64 GB of storage, finger print sensor, a microSD slot and Dual-SIM.

HiSense A2 photo

The A2 was launched in January 2017, but HiSense did not yet reveal the release date or price of this new phone.

Siswoo R9 Darkmoon

China-based Siswoo's R9 Darkmoon is a dual-screen smartphone that has a 5" Full-HD LCD display and a secondary 4.7" 540x960 E Ink display. The E Ink can be used to display e-books, and Siswoo is also talking to consumers to think of how to use the secondary panel.

Siswood dual-screen phone

Other features of the R9 Darkmoon: Android 5.0, 1.7Ghz 64-bit octa-core CPU, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory, Dual-SIm, LTE, and Qi wireless charging. The R9 Darkmoon will be released "soon", according to Siswoo.

YotaPhone 2

The YotaPhone 2 is a dual-screen Android device that has a 4.7" E Ink touch screen on the back. The front display is a 5" OLED display. Other features include a quad-core 2.2 Ghz CPU, 2GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage and a 8mp camera.

The YotaPhone is shipping globally for around $400.

Onyx Midia

The Onyx Midia is an Android smartphone that has a 4.3" front-lit E Ink. Other features of this phone include a low-end Rockchip CPU, 4GB of storage, micro SD slot and a 1,800 mAh battery (enough for more than two weeks).

Onyx hoped to start producing the Midia in April 2014, with plans to ship in Europe for €140. The device never went into production, as far as we know.