Unfortunately such an idea is sinking with no relevant number of buyers. The number of those who want to read and study, comparely to those who want to watch illuminations and glimpsing pearl images, is absurdly low. (I wonder how our civilization has been staying alive for such a long time!)
Yotaphone, for my opinion, is not a bad choice, and not a bad decision, yet idiotic marketing and technology politics. They did not have to try to share 'em as smartphones. A fool understands that smartphones are much more attractive for the masses primates, and, therefore, there was no reason to war with the flickering images. So why they buried such an excellent dream?