Yes finally launched the much-awaited Eclipse smartphone, which Yes calls “the world’s smartest 4G phone” – a purpose-built dual-mode smartphone designed to run on the Yes converged 4G network.

I’ve been using one for a few days (since I was embargoed, I couldn’t even whisper its name…) and have been quite impressed with it. Here are some unboxing pictures for you to enjoy before my post on first impressions and an in-depth review.



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