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The backside of the two-faced phone. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Mac

The backside of the two-faced phone. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Mac

At CES 2015 in Las Vegas this week, we got to take a look at the new YotaPhone 2, a unique smartphone from Russia that has a regular AMOLED display on its front, plus a secondary e-ink display on its back. The device is already on sale in the U.K., and YotaPhone has since confirmed that it is also coming to “one of the big four” carriers in the U.S.

This logo isn't the only modification AT&T will make to your Nexus 6. Photo: AT&T

This logo isn’t the only modification AT&T will make to your Nexus 6. Photo: AT&T

If you’re buying your new Nexus 6 on AT&T, you’re not going to get the completely pure Android experience you were probably expecting. We already know that the carrier is slapping its logo onto the back of Google’s latest smartphone before shipping it to customers, but it seems a number of changes are being made to its software, too.

Last year's Moto X is a bargain on eBay. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Last year’s Moto X is a bargain on eBay. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Looking to pick up an excellent smartphone on a tight budget? Last year’s Moto X — which was widely considered one of the best handsets of 2013 — can currently be had for just $230 (with free shipping) for a limited time.

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If you’re buying your new Nexus 6 from AT&T, be prepared to see a big AT&T logo slapped on its back. The carrier appears to be trying to conceal the fact that it has branded the purest Android smartphone you can buy, but if you know where to look, you can find the above image on its website.

Nexus 6 is coming to AT&T. Image: Google

Nexus 6 is coming to AT&T. Image: Google

AT&T will begin taking pre-orders for Google’s new Nexus 6 tomorrow, November 12, the carrier has confirmed. It will be available on AT&T Next plans from $22.77 a month, or you can pay $682.99 upfront to bag it without a two-year commitment.

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