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Hands on with the Essential Phone, the smartphone made by one of Android's co-founders

Here it is, then — the smartphone from Andy Rubin, the father of the Android operating system. Called Essential Phone and made by Essential, Rubin's startup, the new device is a thing of sheer and utter beauty, and I'm quickly falling in love with it. Priced at $700, it's making a very tempting case to take its place in my hands and pockets as my next smartphone. The Phone is a latest member of what I like to call the "stock Android club.
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