The market for Android smart phones is more competitive right now than any time in recent memory. In any case, there’s dependably space for an alternative, particularly from the individual who began it all. Andy Rubin, the father of Android OS, has made his new cell phone – Essential Phone – which intends to make cell phones convenient once more. What we know that it is about time something new hits the Android market besides the generic phones we see.
Essential Phone Design and Outline
The plan of the Essential Phone is nothing if not intriguing. The 5.7″ QHD show on the front is covering practically the whole front board on the cell phone. The display is ensured by Gorilla Glass 5 and accompanies a 19:10 proportion.
Be that as it may, it leaves room on the top for the secondary camera, an interesting contrast with present day design which emerges as the sole block in a generally consistent outline. Its producer contends that the range is typically free of content on the notice bar, and won’t bother while watching movies and pictures.
The device outline development is likewise interesting. It is made of Titanium and clay, which can withstand even the most genuine of drops. Maybe the most significant component outline savvy is at the back, as two 6 Gb/s attractive connectors, which bolster extras, for example, a 360-degree camera and a dock (more on those later).
The Essential Phone accompanies a 10nm 64-bit Snapdragon 835 processor with 4 GB RAM and 128 GB of UFS 2.1 storage. There’s Adreno 540 for design needs, while the processor accompanies eight Kryo 280 cores.
Network alternatives incorporate USB-C, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, Wi-Fi AC with MIMO, GPS and NFC. On the product side, the Essential Phone runs Android, which is likely near stock. There’s a unique fingerprint scanner around the back, yet no sound jack, which is supplanted with a packaged dongle.
It is a double SIM cell phone as a matter of course.
The device considers imaging important with a double camera 13 MP setup on the back, with a full-shading and one monochrome sensor, which catch over 200% more light than customary cameras.
The cameras don’t have a bump and are joined by a genuine tone LED Flash, hybrid phase detection and laser self-adjust and 4K video capture. The front camera is a 8 MP shooter with support for up to 4K video recording.
Battery limit is set at 3040 mAh, with support for quick charging. The attractive element will likewise be utilized to charge the cell phone by means of a dock.
Wait, did we hear a 360 degree camera?
Maybe no device as of late has stressed as much on the experience as the Essential Phone. It accompanies two noteworthy extras: a 360 degree camera and an outside docking accessory.
The 360 degree camera is being announced as the easiest and littlest of its kind ever. It doesn’t require an extra programming to work with. It accompanies double 12 MP cameras with up to UHD video recording.
The second connector dock remotely charges your Essential Phone and exchanges information, while the device stays in your reach. The accessories and magnetic associations will be upheld by Essential’s next venture.
The phone retails for $699, with shipment set to begin one month from now. The 360-degree camera costs $200, however in a package you can get them both for just $749.
Essential Phone Specifications are:
- CPU: 64-bit Kryo 280 with four 2.45GHz and four 1.9GHz cores
- GPU: Adreno 540
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
- OS: Stock Android
- Supported Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G LTE
- Dimensions: 141.5 x 71.1 x 7.8 mm
- Weight: 185 g
- Fingerprint Sensor
- Titanium frame
- Ceramic body
- 5.7” with QHD (2560 x 1312) resolution
- RAM: 4 GB
- Storage: 128 GB UFS 2.1
- Card slot: no
- Primary: 13 MP RGB + 13 MP monochrome, true-tone LED flash, f/1.85, 4K video at 30fps
- Secondary: 8 MP, f/2.2, 4K video
- Connectivity: USB-C, 6GB/s magnetic connectors, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, Wi-Fi ac, GPS, LTE
- Battery: 3040 mAh; supports fast charging
- Price: $699 ($750 with 360 degree camera)
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