The official Twitter account for the new Essential Phone recently spoke about security updates. The company says they're committed to frequent updates and says they hope to be able to stick to a monthly schedule.
It seems as if Spigen applied for a trademark for the term Essential back in August of 2016 and they're accusing Andy Rubin's company of infringing on their trademark. Essential released a statement saying "While it’s Spigen’s prerogative to make assertions, Essential believes they are without...
There's been a lot of hype surrounding the new Essential Phone from the creator of Android. However, XDA has an opinion piece up right now that asks if there would be as much hype of Andy Rubin wasn't behind the project.
Yesterday we learned that Essential Products use a shell company to hide the patents and trademarks they were applying for from prying eyes. So now that we know the company name, we get a look at the patents the company now owns.
The Godfather of Android Andy Rubin has officially revealed his company's Essential Phone. It's an Android Nougat flagship featuring dual cameras, a Snapdragon 835, and 4GB of RAM. Its standout feature is a modular system for attaching accessories, with one of the first being a 360-degree camera.
A smartphone with the model number FIH-PM1 has appeared on GFXBench and is being reported as Andy Rubin's new Essential smartphone. If true, the device will have the Snapdragon 835 SoC, a 2560x1312 pixel display, 4GB of RAM and Android 7.0 Nougat installed on it.
Andy Rubin created Android, which was then acquired by Google, and then he left the company a couple of years ago. He has recently started a new company called Essential Products, and he plans to launch a smartphone that can leverage AI.