It’s been almost a year since we first checked out the YotaPhone 2, and now it looks like the dual-screen handset is finally headed to American stores. Android Authority reports that the device will hit T-Mobile this spring in March or April, citing multiple anonymous sources.

There’s no word on how much the YotaPhone 2 will cost, though it’s currently priced at €699 in Europe. That’s roughly $820. It’s certainly not cheap, though hopefully T-Mobile will offer some sort of plan for anyone who can’t afford to pay for the entire thing upfront. Android Authority adds that the device is also headed to Canada later this year, though it’s unclear which carrier will support it.

We had a chance to play with the YotaPhone last week at CES 2015, and came away pretty impressed. The E Ink display in back works even better than before, and lets you run full Android without any noticeable lag. You can even use it to to take selfies with the phone’s primary camera. We can’t wait to get our hands on this device, and it looks like an official U.S. launch may not be too far away.