A new company is jumping into the smartphone space, founded by one of the creators of Android. It’s called Essential.
The company is finally set to drop the Essential PH-1. It features a large 19:10 display screen, a titanium body and ceramic back. Under the hook is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, and comes with 128GB of storage.
The Essential Phone will be exclusive to Sprint at launch, with sales beginning August 18, with a “First Look” event slated for August 25.
Reports said, the Essential PH-1 will run you $699 USD or $749 USD for the version with a 360-degree camera. For more info, visit Essential’s website here.