Andy Rubin’s Essential smartphone was announced back in May, officially showcased by Rubin itself. Later we have seen only the official images and rendered images through their website and other source. So, the real ‘visual experience’ of the device has not yet been witnessed by anyone so far. But a video uploaded in YouTube shows that a person using prototype version of the device in a public transit.
This is the every first time that we are having an unofficial view on the Essential Smartphone, and the device caught in video is however hundred percent real. The user did seem to have been using WhatsApp on his Essential prototype, with the unique status bar on top. The Smartphone has a tiny bezel one idea of display, looks exactly similar to that of the official images. The spotted device has a white panel, with metal frame around.
With the larger display and bezel-less design, alsow Ith the selfie camera covers the display, the device looks so premium, even more than most of the today’s flagships.
Andy Rubin launched his Essential smartphone with top tier specs like Snapdragon 835, 4GB RAM and 128GB storage. But apart from the specs he offered, his approach towards Smartphone consumers made the smartphone so special for every Android lovers, including average users to geeks. He has promised five things with the device: No forcing of using any service or apps, Timely updates, and more things which gives #1 priority to the user.