Andy Rubin – the co-founder of the world’s most favourite mobile operating system i.e. Android, but he stepped down from Google and started his own mobile brand called Essential. The devices are really impressive and it receives regular software updates. Well, now he is working on the successor of Essential Phone, today he shared the official renders of the upcoming smartphone of his brand and the thing which he shared looks really cool and stands out. So, without wasting any time let’s dive into the article to check out all the new setup of the upcoming Essential phone.
Going through the renders, we can see that the upcoming device has a taller form and it features a narrow width. Moreover, we can also see that the device has a new user interface that we have never seen before and that may be the result of the custom skin. Moreover, it features punch hole setup.
Having said that, we can see a Map app on an image but it does not look like the Google Maps and the user interface has the vertical scrolling cards. Right now, we don’t have much detail about this but we can take it as a pinch of salt and believe to get more information in the coming days.
Moving to the rear side, Rubin has implemented gradient set up but taking it to the next level and he says it as the colour changing back. We can also see a fingerprint scanner along with the circular module camera setup.
So, that’s all the information we have at this moment of time. We believe that the device will be unveiled very soon, you are recommended to stay tuned with us for the latest updates and don’t forget to share your thoughts about the device in the comments section below!