Andy Rubin, one among the co-creators of the Google Android OS, is creating his own smartphone presently known as Essential FIH-PM1. Now, a proposed standard of the forthcoming device has made its way on-line, showing some of its specifications. The standard of Andy Rubin Essential smartphone was initially spotted on the GFX Bench website. The device is outlined as having a 5.5 inches display with a display resolution of 1312 x 2 560. If this holds true, the device show may have an aspect ratio of 80: 41 which is close to the LG G6 82: 41 aspect ratio.
Rubin has teased in a photograph that the phone may have a bezel-less design which explains why it may have a unique aspect ratio. Under the hood, the device has been powered by octa-core 2.2GHz CPU which is said to be Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 SoC. The device also offers an Adreno 540 Graphics processing unit and 4GB of RAM. It is also strangely outlined that the device only has 10GB of onboard storage. It is possible that this might simply be since the unit continues to be under development.
As for cameras, the smartphone is outlined as having a 12MP rear-facing camera and a 7MP front-facing shooter. The rear 12MP shooter can be established to possess a flash, while autofocus, face detection, HDR, and Touch Focus do not seem to be functional yet. As for application, The essential smartphone will come with Android 7.0 Nougat pre-installed. IBT reported last month that Andy Rubin smartphone has been made by his own company, Essential Products, while Foxconn may assist in manufacturing. Rumors suggest that the device may have a pressure very sensitive display which will likely be comparable to Apple’s 3D Touch feature for the iPhones and will also provide a proprietary magnetic connection for charging. Rubin’s Essential smartphone is likely to launch in the center of 2017 with a rumored price tag of around $649.