The Father of Android, Andy Rubin, has unveiled their Own Smartphone
It features a Snapdragon 835 chip and 4GB of RAM. But that’s where the similarities end.
Essential’s device features a slightly larger battery (3,040mAh vs 3,000mAh) a slightly larger 5.71-inch display, and a dual camera system only matched by the G6. Additionally, the Essential Phone supports a take on modularity similar to the Moto Z, with the first accessory being a 360-degree camera.
Speaking of the camera, that’s one area where Samsung devices consistently excel, so Rubin’s new device will really need to bring the heat in order to compete.
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