The Essential Phone Review

Aug 29, 2017, 12:54 PM

The good: Long battery life, clean and easy-to-use software, beautiful design The bad: Camera isn't as good as the competition, fingerprint sensor doesn't always work, expensive Who should buy: Android fans that want long battery life and are tired of dealing with bloatware

In the early 2000s, mobile phones could do little more than make calls and run simple games.