As a result, it would apparently have a smaller screen than most smartphones, since you won't need to directly interact with it as much, and numerous interactions that you do have would be voice-based.
According to the publication's sources, Essential's new phone will have a small display and it will be a device that is built primarily to work with voice commands. It seems that the concept of your phone being a virtual version of you can become true and let you enjoy several activities without the need to have your device in your hands.
Artificial intelligence is going to play a major role in Essential's new smartphone, according to a new report. "Rubin would like to capture people's imagination with a product that's truly different from alternatives", Bloomberg says.
Previously there were reports about the company working on its second smartphone as well as a smart home speaker. Essential didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. "I think I can solve part of the addictive behavior". This is similar to services being tested by Google, such as smart response on Gmail and the Duplex AI agent launching on the new Pixel phones.
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CEO Andy Rubin, who created Android, told Bloomberg previous year that he longed for a phone that'd be "a virtual version of you", so that you could be "off enjoying your life, having that dinner" without touching your phone. Just imagine a smartphone with artificial intelligence that can do any of your most common daily practices.
Essential proved they had an excellent hardware design on their hands with the PH1 which ran stock Android, allowing them to be the first non-Google phone to receive the Android Pie update in August when it was released.
Instead, Essential reportedly feels confident a first prototype of this super-advanced AI phone will be finished by the end of the year, possibly eyeing a demo behind closed doors at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January 2019.