Here's the first accessory for the smartphone recently launched by Android co-founder Andy Rubin's start-up
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Here's the first accessory for the smartphone recently launched by Android co-founder Andy Rubin's start-up
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Posted on: September 2nd 2017
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This is the first product from Essential, the most recent company created by Andy Rubin, who was the co-creator of the Android smartphone platform and led that group at Google.

CNBC recently reviewed it. It's one of the best smartphones we've used in a while, though it has a few shortcomings.

One feature we didn't get to cover, however, is the new accessory dock. Essential is building all sorts of gadgets to attach to the phone. The first is a 360-degree camera.It attaches to the back of the phone. Surprisingly, the magnets seem to be really strong. It won't slip off in case you're taking a 360-degree photo over the Grand Canyon.

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