After leaving Google in 2014, a year later, Andy Rubin, one of the creators of Android OS, mentioned that he was about to make a premium Android smartphone that can outshine iPhone. That’s why in the beginning of this year he founded Essential Products, the company which consists of former employees from Google, Samsung, Apple and other big companies. Now, Rubin showed the first teaser of his smartphone with the code name Essential FIH-PM1.
The teaser was published on the Rubin’s Twitter. He is definitely optimistic about the upcoming release and can’t wait to share it with more people. As expected, the smartphone will feature a frameless design although the photo doesn’t show the lower part of its screen. Also, according to the photo, the device will support LTE+. Obviously, there are other rumours about this extremely interesting device. The latest information states that the smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, have 4GB RAM and a 5.5-inch display. Of course, it will run on the latest version of Android.
The smartphone from Andy Rubin is expected to be launched later this year.