It’s been almost 3 years since Andy Rubin and his company, Essential launched their first device. And now just a few months after announcing their latest project, Essential is shutting down.
Essential has announced that Android 9 Pie is now available for Essential Phone owners.
As the smartphone industry starts to move away from the headphone jack and more towards having only USB-C ports on their devices, you’ll be needing some way to listen to music on the go.
Essential has announced that their Essential Phone (also known as the Essential PH-1) is now available for purchase from their website for customers in Canada, France, Japan and the UK.
Essential has announced Android Oreo Beta is now available on their smartphone.
Telus has dropped the price of the Essential Phone from $1,050 CAD to $650 CAD outright.
The Essential Phone is probably the most interesting phone I’ve used in a while. It’s the first phone (and product) to come out of Andy Rubin’s (the “father of Android”) new company, Essential but the phone isn’t anything that’s overtly over-the-top.
Update: Shortly after reviewing the Essential Phone, the company dropped the price in Canada from $1,050 CAD to $650 CAD, this review has been updated to reflect that.
After a number of delays, Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone is now officially available in Canada.
After a few weeks delay, Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone is now available for pre-order through Telus for $1,050 CAD outright.
Essential and Telus announced that the Essential Phone (also known as the Essential PH-1) will be bringing the device as a Telus exclusive.