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By 2018 almost all mobile companies gonna adapt to big displays and rear dual cameras. Here is one such phone with near bezeless design and modular capable.

Andy Rubins the creator of Android parted ways with Google and came with his own line of mobiles named as Essential Phone.

The Phone packs all the 2017 specs with great design and with Titanium band around a ceramic slab of a phone is more durable than most phones.

The Essential Phone runs on stock android like Pixel with no bloatware and super fluid experience.

Currently runs on Android Nougat and the company promised 2 years of updates for this phone with periodic security updates.

The Essential Phone, brought to us by the person who created Android, is finally ready for the spotlight. It’s an incredibly audacious and ambitious project, with an outlandish screen and the beginnings of a modular ecosystem. First, the Android phone basics: the Essential Phone costs $699 with top-of-the-line specs and features.

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 As you can see above, it prominently features an edge-to-edge display that one-ups even the Samsung Galaxy S8 by bringing it all the way to the top of the phone, wrapping around the front-facing selfie camera

It’s a unique take on a big screen that makes the phone stand out — and it’s smart, too. Often, the status bar at the top of an Android phone doesn’t fill that middle space with icons, so it’s efficient. The screen does leave some bezel at the bottom of the phone, but nevertheless it’s as close to the whole front of a phone being display as I’ve seen.

Essential is launching the phone in the US to start, and it’s filled the phone with radios that should make it work on all major carriers, alongside usual Android flagship internals like a Qualcomm 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. And because Essential seems to be hanging its hat on the idea of shipping phones without extraneous junk (the designers don’t even put a logo on the exterior).

 Essential is clearly planning on releasing a very well-made phone: the screen looks promising, it has no annoying logos, and it is built with a combination of titanium and ceramic so it can survive a drop test “without blemish, unlike the aluminum competitor devices.” (Those would be Samsung and Apple, if you’re wondering) But nice hardware isn’t all that hard to come by on Android phones, so the company is aiming to build an ecosystem of accessories. It starts with a magnetic connector and wireless data transfer. 

Essential will ship a 360-degree camera that can click into the top of the phone, and the company will also offer a charging dock. Both connect to the phone with small metal pogo pins. They won’t entirely replace USB-C for most people, but Essential is clearly hoping that they could someday.

Photo: Essential Speaking of ports, there is no traditional 3.5mm headphone jack, which is a bummer. We’re told that it will ship with a headphone dongle in the box. It’s possible that other audio accessories could be made that could clip onto the magnetic accessory port.

The Essential Phone also has a good take on the dual-camera systems we’ve seen on other phones. Rather than use the second lens for telephoto or bokeh, it’s using it for a monochrome sensor, just like Huawei has been doing with the P9 and P10. That second sensor will be able to take in more light than a traditional color camera, meaning it can be combined with the regular 13-megapixel for better low-light shots. 

The front-facing camera is in line with current expectations, too: an 8-megapixel sensor that can also capture 4K video.

This phone is not Water resistant, but is splash resistant with IP54 rating.

To purchase this mobile click here from Essential website itself, early orders include offers like $200, 360 camera is now for only $50.

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