It’s been a minute since we tend to hear from Andy Rubin, co-creator of android since he resigned Google in 2014.
Along with Steve Jobs, one can contend that Andy Rubin assisted design the modern smartphone industry. And now he needs to make another mark.
With his company Essential Products, Andy Rubin is pointing to come back the smartphone market with a device set for launch by the middle of 2017 — the Essential FIH-PM1. The high-end smartphone will reportedly sport a large edge-to-edge display without a surrounding bezel, according to Bloomberg.
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As stated to leaked benchmarks of the upcoming Essential FIH-PM1 smartphone, it will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip clocked at 1.9GHz – looks like the Nokia 8 flagship smartphone. The Andy Rubin Essential FIH-PM1 smartphone is also predictable to feature 4 gigs of RAM and other features predicted off a high-end, premium smartphone which can tumble the likes of Google Pixel XL and Apple iPhone 7 Plus.
Andy Rubin, of course, is no alien to AI, and the tactics to incorporate AI and machine learning into the Essential Products’ smartphone launching in this year. He’s been building a small but robust team of 40-odd smartphone design and engineering specialists at Essential Products, ex-Google and ex-Apple brains to help him realize his dream.
Will the latest Essential FIH-PM1 be based off Android 7.0 Nougat? Primary leaked reports suggest as much that the forthcoming Essential Products’ high-end smart mobiles will be based on some form of Android OS, but we’ll have to pause and see the final build. It’d be practical to side with Google’s Android to help boost Andy Rubin’s smartphone’s overall appeal.
The forthcoming Essential FIH-PM1 smartphone, which will sport a big screen than Apple iPhone 7 Plus and be priced around the US $749 (approximately around Rs 51,000), will also have a 360-degree exterior camera attachment, according to people aware of the phone’s development.