The front render from the upcoming Essential Phone 2 (PH-2) has finally been revealed. It’s no news that Andy Rubin, an Android creator that launched its very first smartphone, the Essential PH-1, in May 2017 is creating a sequel.
The first Essential smartphone came with good specification but rather failed to gather enough money to keep the company running. However, it seems the device’s successor, the Essential PH-2, will do better due to its interesting specifications.
After the above black and white Essential PH-2 sketch was revealed, we have gotten our first look of what the device will look like from @trendingleaks. The PH-2 will be a bezel-free smartphone with center Screen-hole. The screen size should be 6-inches, having an all-screen front face without a notch.
Although, details of the smartphone is still blurry, but we expect it to be powered by the Snapdragon 855 CPU, with up to 128GB storage and 8GB RAM. It should also have an in-display fingerprint alongside the in-display camera seen upfront. We doubt if the device will be unveiled during the MWC 2019, however, fingers crossed.