Network and Pricing Advantages Make Sprint the Perfect Pick as Exclusive U.S. Carrier for Essential Phone
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June 12, 2017

Sprint is proud to be the exclusive U.S. carrier for Essential Phone, the first smartphone from Essential Products. Essential Products was founded by Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, the world's most widely used operating system. Andy started Essential to shake things up in the tech industry. He wanted to create a new kind of company using 21st century methods to build consumer products for the way people want to live in the 21st century.

Essential Phone is expected to launch later this summer. It will be expertly crafted using titanium and ceramic, has an edge-to-edge Full Display and captures stunning images with a color + monochrome dual camera system.  It also features top-of-the-line specs (the newest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor) and 128GB of memory providing plenty of space for apps, photos and music. Best of all, it will have accessories that easily attach through a magnetic connector making wireless data transfer cord-free, future-proof and always up-to-date. With the world’s smallest 4K 360° camera accessory (sold separately), users can easily create immersive video and VR content anywhere, anytime.

Within the past six months, Sprint has added or upgraded service at several popular locations such as Rockefeller Center, the 9/11 Memorial, Jacob Javits Center, JFK International Airport, and The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Sprint continues to lead with more stations on air to-date than any other carrier. Sprint is contracted to complete all seven phases of 279 underground stations in the New York City subway project. Sprint will be deploying 4G LTE to all underground stations and service will be ready for customers in 2017.

Essential Phone will be sold at all Sprint retail stores, telesales and as well as in U.S. Best Buy stores and on Pricing details will be provided closer to launch. Pre-register to be one of the first to own Essential Phone from sprint at

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