Andy Rubin’s startup phone can now be bought in Essential, Best Buy and Sprint, both from their websites and retail stores. Sprint is an exclusive Essential Phone provider in the United States. Every version of the phone is unlocked and supports every big network.
Phone’s retail price is $699. It can also be bought for $14.58 per month for 18 months. Essential 360 degrees camera is available for $16.67 per month for 12 months. Whole bundle can be bought immediately for $749, which seems to be a pretty good deal. Not sure if you want to bother checking out a new name in the smartphone market? Take a look at Essential’s specification:
– 5.7′ display, bezel-less, Gorilla Glass 5,
– Snapdragon 835 CPU,
– Adreno 540 GPU,
– 4GB RAM, 128GB ROM,
– dual 13mpx rear camera with f/1.85 aperture and laser autofocus; 8mpx selfie shooter with f/2.2 aperture,
– USB Type C charging, 3.5mm headphone jack,
– 3040mAh battery.