Not dying, but subject to change: The Essential Phone's future is unclear • HWzone

Not dying, but subject to change: The future of Essential Phone is unclear

The prestigious project of the creator of the Android system, which gave rise to the downside trend in the screen, may become a new ownership, while it is not yet clear when and whether we will see New product

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Essential PH-1 smartphone Essential Products was to change the world in the Android market. With hundreds of millions of dollars in investment from huge corporations and Andy Rubin himself, the "face" of this entire successful operating system at the outset - this young manufacturer was supposed to provide a user experience reminiscent of the glamor of the Nexus family in a more modern age. However, The starting price is high, Various bugs, and limited availability have made this journey far more challenging than expected, and now it seems that there are inevitable decrees that could significantly change the future of the company's operations.

Reporting The Bloomberg Network has stated that The next generation of the brand, the Essential PH-2, has been canceled - and Andy Rubin is interested in selling the most difficult company at the highest price. Then came a formal response from Robin trying to broadcast business as usual, more or less, with the promise that Essential Products is developing some new products into the ultra- And to the home market as well, with the admission that certain products will be eliminated to focus on others with greater potential for success. Not really a defeat - but it is clear that the situation is simply not somewhere in Palo Alto.

The network continues to insist that Andy Rubin (pictured) is interested in selling the company he founded - perhaps a cause with deep pockets enough to allow for future growth, despite all the difficulties still to come

Essential recently released a beta version of the Essential PH-1 operating system update for Android P, and even reminded us that this one device will have two full years of software updates and three years of updates So purchasing this model at a discounted price should continue to make some sense - it's not entirely clear whether we will ever see a successor, or will eventually become the sole manufacturer before it fades and closes.

We will probably be able to see more new products from Essential Products - but not sure it will happen this year, and not sure it will When that happens

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