Here’s a deal which we find it too good not to share. The world’s first notched device, the much touted Essential Phone by one of the ‘fathers’ of Android operating system, has its price slashed on Amazon. The Halo Gray version of the 128 GB Essential Phone is selling at $325.98, which is roughly 35 percent off its original sticker of $499.99. That’s quite a deal there. Now, you see why we find it a sin not to let you guys on it? OK. It is not cheapest device in the market, but considering this used to be the flagship, it may be worth the dough.
Anywho, with Snapdragon 835 onboard, this device should still have a couple of years of breath in it. Granted, you could can even cheaper deals, but they are not this once ground breaking Android device dreamed up by Andy Rubin. For the uninitiated, the Halo Gray is an Amazon-exclusive color, but beyond that, it has the same titanium and ceramic build as the rest. Speaking of which, Essential Phone is also the first phone to ever tout as a device that requires no the protection of a case. You see, tt is kind of built tough.
If Halo Gray isn’t your cuppa (but seriously, why not?), the fingerprint magnet black is going for just $339.99 and there is also the Pure White, but that isn’t a lot cheaper than the current retail sticker, at $419. Anyways, now you know and we shall leave it to you decide if this dated flagship is worth the money. As always, don’t say we did not let you on this.