There’s a new smartphone in the works by Andy Rubin, the father of Google’s Android operating system. Rubin tweeted a teaser picture of the “Essential” phone back in March, but besides that not much is known about the device. However, Russian site Mobiletelefon recently dug up a Geekbench test dating back to late December with the codename “Essential FIH-PM1.” Essential’s first move is creating a new high-end phone to challenge the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S8, iPhone or Google Pixel. Some notable features include the following: 5.5-inch 2560 x 1312 resolution display, with a near 2:1 aspect ration like the LG G6.
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