Andy Rubin teases new Essential phone with ‘radically different’ form factor

If you’re disturbed that non-foldable smartphone pattern has gotten seared and informed in new years, we competence find Essential’s subsequent Android handset to be right adult your alley. 

In a array of surprise tweets today, Essential Products CEO Andy Rubin has suggested a antecedent of what could be a company’s Essential Phone follow-up, tweeting out countless cinema and even a video.

In a matter published by 9to5Google, a association reliable that it’s “been operative on a new device that’s now in early contrast with a group outward a lab. We demeanour brazen to pity some-more in a nearby future.”

Currently referred to simply as ‘GEM’, a arriving phone has a prolonged and slim design, appearing roughly half a breadth of your normal smartphone in 2019. So far, a handset has been shown off in 4 opposite tone options.

On a front of a device, we can see what Rubin describes as a “New UI for radically opposite formfactor [sic]”, with one picture arrangement countless built apps on a singular screen, and another picture displaying an vague and slimmed-down maps app.

While Apple’s iPhone X kicked off a ‘display notch’ craze, it’s value observant that a strange Essential Phone was initial to exercise a arrangement cutout for a front-facing camera. 

This time, however, it appears that Essential has taken impulse from Samsung, with a GEM antecedent sporting a pinhole camera cutout in a tip left-hand dilemma of a device. 

Initial reports suggested that a Essential Phone 2 competence have an in-screen camera, so possibly those skeleton have changed, or a loyal Essential Phone inheritor is also in a works alongside a GEM.

Along with a above images, Rubin also posted a video arrangement a GEM inclination from a back to improved denote a “Colorshift” element that indeed changes shade when noticed from opposite angles.

At present, no recover date information has been offering for a arriving device, yet we’d design an central proclamation to come in a not-too-distant future.

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