The Essential Phone got a lot of hype last year for a few reasons. It was the first phone to hit the market with a screen notch, allowing for very narrow bezels. It was also backed by Andy Rubin, who founded Android and ran the division for several years after Google acquired it. The phone didn’t quite live up to everyone’s lofty expectations, though. One of the primary issues was the abysmal camera, and now Essential admits it screwed that up. It promises to do better next time, though.
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