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Weekly Recap: The Essential Phone Isn’t Exactly ‘Essential’

We capped off this week by posting our Essential Phone review, and if you want a quick recap of our findings, it’s some of the best hardware we’ve ever seen, but is coupled with one of the worst camera/software performance issues ever experienced. Kellen’s review goes into great detail, so be sure to check it … Continued Weekly Recap: The Essential Phone Isn’t Exactly ‘Essential’
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