Essential Phone PH-1 Features a More Affordable Price Than Before & Comes With 128GB of Storage [Limited Time Offer]

Omar Sohail
Essential Phone PH-1 Features a More Affordable Price Than Before & Comes With 128GB of Storage

The market right now is littered with Snapdragon 845-powered flagships and those will eventually be replaced with the Snapdragon 855. However, that does not make devices featuring a Snapdragon 835 any less important especially now if they carry that nice little discount. That is what the Essential Phone PH-1 is being offered right now and with the latest price cut, you will find that the previous-generation flagship now has more to offer to the public from a price/performance perspective.

Essential Phone Now Costs Just $399 and Features 128GB of Ultra-Fast Storage

The Snapdragon 835 is paired with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. This is definitely not a terrible combination for the Essential Phone, especially when it is coming at a price that is half that of the competition. While it might not feature a Snapdragon 845, you will find that the software experience is going to be smooth as butter when you run it for the first time. Additionally, you will also find that the 128GB capacity is more than sufficient for you.

It is also one of the few phones to sport that notch, but in the end, you’re getting more screen real estate than ever before and there is a dual-camera system present at the back that is sitting flush with the aesthetically pleasing ceramic and titanium construction of the smartphone. The Essential Phone is also unlocked, meaning that it is going to be working with all major U.S. carries, including those that use CDMA like Sprint and Verizon.

For the price of $399, this is essentially a steal of a flagship phone that was released last year and came in at $699. The company is going to be announcing a successor later down the road, but if you are the kind of consumer that honestly does not mind receiving excellent value for money, you should go for this right away.

Buy the Essential Phone from Amazon.

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