Friday, 2 June 2017


You have to slipstream into the ways society works,” Says Andy Rubin , the CEO of Essential phone while talking about the launching of a new Android hardware in an already flooded market of Android phones. 

Essential Phone smartphone was launched in May 2017. The phone comes with a 5.71-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1312 pixels by 2560 pixels.

The Essential Phone is powered by 1.9GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and it comes with 4GB of RAM. The internal storage is 128GB expanded. Cameras 13 megapixels back and 8 mega pixels front.

The OS is Android.  There is single SIM and is nano SIM.  Battery is 3040mAh and is non removable.
.It measures 141.50 x 71.10 x 7.80 (height x width x thickness) and weigh 185.00 grams.

Connectivity :Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, USB OTG, 3G and 4G

 The Essential is maked with the presence of  Compass Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope and Barometer.

The most important feature is a pair of tiny dots on the back, up there on the right. It’s a magnetic dock for attaching accessories.  Essential created a modular handset, but not in the build-a-phone sense of the Moto Z or Project Ara. Rubin calls it “a new notion of what an accessory is, and trying to make the accessory as future-proof as possible.”

As other manufacturers ditch headphone jacks and connectors, they render entire accessory lines obsolete. Rubin loves to mention the iPod docks with 30-pin connectors you still see in hotel rooms. He wants to make sure your Essential add-ons never go out of style. “Let’s say I come up with a new phone in the future,” Rubin says. “And let’s say it looks nothing like this. I don’t want the person who bought an accessory to have to throw it out and buy the new accessory for the new form factor.” Accessories for the phone will work on the smart-home hub, through the same connector, and will work with whatever Essential makes next. Rubin believes consumers want a beautiful, usable phone and the flexibility to decide what it does and how it works.

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