Back in May when Andy Rubin officially unveiled the Essential Phone, he said the plan was to start shipping the phone in 30 days. Unfortunately, that window has already passed, but recently an Essential exec said the phone was expected to arrive “imminently.” However, with July coming to a close here soon, it ... Read More »
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The Essential Phone has unfortunately missed its shipping goal of end of June (by quite a bit), but the device is coming soon. Essential COO Niccolo de Masi says that the launch is “imminent” in the United States.
The device is said to also ... Read More »
When the Essential Phone was announced, it was confirmed the handset would be unlocked and work with all four major wireless carriers in the United States. Since then we’ve learned that in the U.S., Sprint will be the exclusive carrier of choice for the Essential Phone when it goes on sale later ... Read More »
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At the end of May, Andy Rubin’s new company, Essential, officially announced its first smartphone: The Essential Phone. And while the company was quick to point out that the handset is unlocked, and that it will indeed work on all four of the major wireless carriers in the United States, there ... Read More »
Essential is a new company started by Andry Rubin that has created the Essential Phone, a brand new phone with some interesting features. Features like a nearly bezel-free display with a cutout for the camera, a ceramic back and ... Read More »
A smartphone that works across both GSM and CDMA carriers is not a common find. The Nexus and Pixel line of devices feature both sets of radios, as well as some Motorola phones, but you still have to choose one or the other with most phones these days.
Word has been floating around on the street that Andy Rubin, the “father of Android,” would be launching a new company called Essential and a brand new smartphone. Rubin teased that phone earlier this year.
Now the Essential Phone is officially official, and it’s stuffed to the gills with features you’d expect in a high-end handset. ... Read More »