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Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone

Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone is poor. You can buy this from amazon. Founded by the creator of Android, the Essential Phone has all the features. You care about most without a bunch of gimmicks. A large, edge-to-edge display, 128GB of storage. All-day battery life, fast charging, and more. It’s sophisticate & simple & also it’s your’s.

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Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone Crafted with space-age strength, titanium, ceramic, and Gorilla Glass 5. Its space-age strength helps withstand your day-to-day. And there’s no branding or logos anywhere on the device. So your phone is more of an expression of who you are—because it’s yours.

PH-1 runs pure Android. No unnecessary apps, preloads, or anything that gets in your way of getting the latest Android updates and features. You get a smooth experience that is fast and fluid. Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone comes with a whopping 128 GB of storage.

In Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone so you can easily store all your photos, 4K and 360 videos, games, and more without worrying about running out of space—or needing to spend more money on external storage options. With a 13MP Dual-Camera and Portrait Mode, your pictures look great.

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Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone Design

Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone has biggest screen-to-body ratio of any phone! With a stunning 5.71-inch edge-to-edge Quad HD Display, you get a large screen in a phone that still fits comfortably in one hand. So you can enjoy more of what’s on your screen without all those intrusive bezels.

Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone has crafted with space-age strength, titanium, ceramic, and Gorilla Glass 5. Its space-age strength helps withstand your day-to-day. And there’s no branding or logos anywhere on the device. So your phone is more of an expression of who you are—because it’s yours.

They magnetically attach and power up using your PH-1, so you don’t need to charge your accessories to use them. And because the Click Connector will be on future Essential devices, you can use your current accessories with future Essential devices.

The Essential 360 Camera is big enough to easily capture everything around you in 4K — but small enough to fit in your pocket. So it can take it with you everywhere. The Click Connector on Essential Phone makes using accessories easier than ever.

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  • Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone has a matte finish to both the titanium and ceramic, this Amazon exclusive Essential Phone has a more industrial look while maintaining its elegant design
  • 13MP Dual RGB + Mono Rear camera with Portrait Mode and 4K video recording . Get more natural looking shots and incredible high-resolution video
  • Huge 128GB of storage, included. Save all of your photos and videos without worrying about running out of space. Battery: 3040mAh
  • Never charge your accessories again. With the revolutionary Click Connector, your phone attaches to accessories, magnetically—and even powers them. No cables or adapters needed
  • Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone has stunning edge-to-edge Quad HD display—the largest screen-to-body ratio of any smartphone. So you get a massive screen, but on a phone that still fits comfortably in one hand
  • Includes Amazon Alexa. Get real-time answers to questions, shop for items on Amazon, control devices around your home, access Alexa skills, and more, all with the sound of your voice
  • Essential Phone receives rapid security and OS updates and now includes the latest version of Android 9 Pie
  • Award-winning MQA technology to deliver studio quality music listening on the go
  • A 3-month TIDAL HiFi subscription for new and existing Essential Phone customers with access to thousands of MQA tracks. Visit essential.com/audio to redeem the Tidal offer
  • NOTE: Refer the User Manual before use
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From our side rating to this phone is 3.1 out of 10.

SuperFuzzActual Review

Pros:
Charges quicker than the iPhone
Decent battery
Affordable
Athstetically appealing
Frequent updates

Cons:
A potato could literally take a better picture than Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone. If you like Snapchatting, Video Chatting, or just taking picture, DO NOT buy this phone. Although I enjoy photography thoroughly, I had bought this phone as a way to escape social media for the most part, so i just bring my actual camera along with me if I plan on taking any photos.


USB-C style Charger is dual ended, so youll have to buy another one with a USB end to connect to a standard charging brick or USB port. Constantly freezes and crashes apps, ESPECIALLY those that utilize a camera such as Snapchat or Instagram.

*MY OVERALL BIGGEST ISSUE* holy keyboard lag Batman… Even just using the texting application, the keyboard lags. This was supposed to be fixed two updates ago, but I have yet to see improvement. If anything, I think the lag has gotten worse since owning the phone for just a month.


*MY OVERALL BIGGEST ISSUE* holy keyboard lag Batman… Even just using the texting application, the keyboard lags. This was supposed to be fixed two updates ago, but I have yet to see improvment. If anything, I think the lag has gotten worse since owning the phone for just a month.

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SuperFuzzActual Review Continue

So right now, it seems that for the most part, the Essential Phone’s cons have outweighed the pros. Do I feel robbed that I paid $280 for a phone that’s not entirely functional all the time? Sure, maybe a little, but I still have full faith in the developers to release a few more much needed updates.

The phone has plenty of power, memory, and processing capability to enable it to be a serious workhorse, unfortunately, the updates have not improved much of it’s original slow and laggy state. *If you think you’re phone and computer savvy, i am highly confident that you could modify this phone to run a great deal smoother through accessing the developer settings.*

Overall from what I’ve noticed, the material quality and physical build of the entire phone is a 10/10, but software is a 2/10, as even the essentials are lacking in whats supposed to be selling point of this entire phone…

If you’re extremely tech savvy and don’t mind spending some time working on your phone, then this phone may just be everything you’re looking for, but for the average consumer, until updates are released and a MUCH better camera is used.

I’d suggest staying away. If Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone continues to improve from this condition, I’ll update this review. If the review is not updated, then these facts are still true about this phone.

Ownby Review

Initial review: Allow me to start from my user perspective: Moderate power user who also writes software, generally in an urban/suburban area. I use a Windows laptop, not a Mac.
Given this perspective, I have all but never been an iPhone user.

For the most part, I’ve been an Android user (Motorola (Atrix 4g: Froyo/GrahamCracker) & HTC (One X+: Ice Cream Sandwich/Jelly Bean)) with a period as a Windows Phone user (Nokia w/ Win10 Mobile). With most of these phones, I held onto them long past their prime – largely due to their build quality/capabilities. Despite some of the reviews I have read about the Essential PH-1.

I was willing to try Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone based on their design mindset and the build quality/software layout that comes from that. Additionally, I have a negative perspective on “renting” a phone from my provider (AT&T,) so I tend to purchase my phone outright.

The recent price reduction (~$330) on the Essential PH-1 made it properly appealing, though I could still kick myself for missing out when it was priced at $250 during Prime Day. Suffice it to say that I will update this review as I learn its pros, its cons, and where the compromises are.

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[Update]: I have been able to provide some selective updates in the categories below, as I have had this now almost a week. I expect to have more updates in the near future, when\where warranted.

Initial Unboxing: One of the nicer unboxing experiences I’ve had with a phone, though I am poorly equipped to compare it to the current competition. The last new phone I purchased was the HTC One X+ but I don’t recall the same level of attention as was paid to the PH-1.

Contents: In addition to the phone, which was properly, protectively wrapped on both sides, there was the upscale USB-C cable, type II (both ends), the charger block, the headset USB-C adapter, the SIM tray “prod” and license leaflet.

First critique: I’m sure the average Mac user doesn’t mind that the cable was USB-C for both ends, but most(?) Windows users (like myself) doesn’t readily have a USB-C port handy on their systems. So the cable is automatically relegated to charge-only duties, in my case. So my next purchase is likely to be a USB-C to USB-A cable so I can sync to my laptop/desktop.

Regardless of this critique, the charger is good and fast – when the connections are good (including seating the charging block fully into a socket.) I did notice a slight tendency for the phone to not recognize when it should be fast-charging over slow-charging when the charging block was not completely seated in the power socket.

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Phone fit & finish: While I recognize that some have complained about the fit and finish of the phones they received, mine has been all but perfect.

Second critique: Halo Gray 128 Gb Unlocked Titanium & Ceramic Phone SIM tray was a little difficult to deal with, both in extraction and re-insertion. Be careful that you use the prod in the right place, as the mic hole is located next to the tray opening. Even when the prod is in the correct hole.

I had difficulty engaging the release correctly to extract the tray. Re-insert of the tray also seems particular. Be sure that you are not forcing the tray back into place. It should slide easily into its home. If you feel you are forcing it, double check yourself.

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