Tada! Good news for Essential Phone users. Not one, though we have 3 of them.
Telus units get Oreo
The Canadian network provider Telus is reportedly rolling out Android Oreo on a Essential Phone (PH-1). The acknowledgment came from a redditor who perceived a refurbish after final week on their Essential unit, and was similarly reliable by others as well.
Essential Phone is now MQA compatible
As some of we might already know, Master Quality Authenticated (MQA) is an audio record for high-resolution audio streaming. The following video sum what MQA does:
Going by reports, a functionality has been recently combined to a Essential Phone (as can be seen in a following user-shared screenshot).
While there’s no central word on this from a association yet, during slightest users with aptX-compatible headphones have reliable a attainment on Essential PH-1.
Bluetooth 5.0 certification
Another certain news suggested by Essential’s central Twitter comment is that a phone has perceived Bluetooth 5.0 certification, definition a device now facilities softened Bluetooth connectivity. This encouragement is accessible as partial of Essential’s Android 8.1 build.
Just listened that Bluetooth 5.0 acceptance is complete. It’s already in a 8.1 build so if we have any 5.0-ready inclination give it a try. 🙂
— Essential (@essential) March 30, 2018
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