We can't live without our smartphones. Many of us hold our world in the palm of our hands when we pick up our phone. We don't just talk and text, we manage our finances, we keep up with our world and we entertain ourselves all from our device. Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, believes in bringing the future to fruition, he believes your device should be uniquely yours and best of all, believes he has created the essential smart phone. He's so sure he's right, he's even named the phone the Essential. Good news for those of us interested in new and bright ideas, Sprint is the exclusive carrier partner in the US.
The Essential phone's specs and hardware set it up nicely to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6, including:
Bezel-less 5.7 inch screen
Dual 13 MP rear cameras
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor
4GB of RAM
128GB of internal storage
What sets the Essential apart in the already-stellar cellular device field? A few intriguing details including:
All titanium metal body and ceramic back that Rubin and team are touting as the ultimate in damage resistance
Unique magnetic connecting feature which will allow for the user to connect different accessories ranging from a 360 camera to extended batteries. There's a home dock and a wireless charging pad with more 'mod' type accessories on the way.
Rubin promises a true open platform experience with a 'future proof' device that keeps up with a rapidly changing industry.
We're proud and excited to announce that Sprint will be the exclusive carrier of the Essential phone. For more information or to check out the details, head over to Essential landing page.