Two 13MP cameras grace the back, one snapping in color and the other in monochrome. That combination will allow you to take quality pictures under low-light conditions. An 8MP front-facing camera handles selfies and video chats. On back are a pair of magnetic ports for modular accessories. Currently, a 360-degree camera is available. Keeping the lights on is a 3,040mAh battery, and Android Nougat is pre-installed.
For many of you purists out there, the Essential Phone is completely unblemished by carrier trademarks and manufacturer logos. And with its Titanium and Ceramic build, you might get away with dropping the phone a few times without leaving a mark on your new device. Make no mistake about it. If you want that edge-to-edge display, the magnetic ports for modular accessories, the lack of trademarks all over the body of your phone, and the ability to brag to everyone that your phone was designed by the ‘father of Android,” you will need to buy the Essential Phone. But if you merely want to have the same wallpaper from the Essential Phone on your current handset, that can be done without you laying out even one red penny.
There are six different wallpapers to choose from, and each one is sure to look pretty cool on your Android phone. Check out the wallpaper from the Essential Phone by clicking on the slideshow below.