Andy Rubin teases new Essential phone with ‘radically different’ form factor

If you are concerned that the design of non-folding smartphones has become obsolete and familiar in recent years, you may find the next Essential Android phone in your alley.

In a series of surprise tweets today, the CEO of Essential Products, Andy Rubin, has revealed a prototype of what could be the company's Essential Phone tracking, tweeting numerous photos and even a video.

In a statement published by 9to5Google, the company confirmed that "it has been working on a new device that is now in initial tests with our team outside the laboratory. We hope to share more in the near future."

Currently known simply as & # 39; GEM & # 39 ;, the next phone has a long, slim design, which appears about half the width of your average smartphone in 2019. So far, the phone has been shown in Four different color options.

in front of the device, we can see what Rubin describes as a "New user interface for radically different form factor [sic]", with an image showing numerous applications stacked on a single screen, and another image showing a unspecified and reduced map application. You can check both below.

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  Essential GEM telephone

Applications stacked in the Essential GEM user interface

(Image credit: Andy Rubin)

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  Telephone Essential GEM [19659013] The Essential map application takes us on a long and lonely road </p>
</figcaption><p>  (Image credit: Andy Rubin) </p>
<p>  While Apple's iPhone X started the fashion of the "notch of the screen ", it is worth noting that the original Essential Phone was the first to implement a screen cutout for its front camera. </p>
<p>  This time, however, it seems that Essential has been inspired by Samsung, with the GEM prototype sporting a pinhole camera cutout in the upper left corner of the device. </p>
<p>  Initial reports suggested that the Essential Phone 2 could have an on-screen camera, so those plans have changed or a true successor to Essential Phone is also underway along with the GEM. </p>
<p>  Along with the previous images, Rubin also posted a video that shows GEM devices from the back to better demonstrate the "Colorshift" material that actually changes tone when viewed from different angles. </p>
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