Android Co-Founder Andy Rubin Working on a Premium Bezel-less Smartphone
Saturday, 14 January 2017 Andy Rubin is the co-founder of Android Inc., which was sold to Google in 2005. He oversaw Android development at Google until 2014, when he started managing the robotics division. After working nine years at Google, he left the company in 2014 and started an incubator for hardware startups, called Playground Global. Andy Rubin has started working on a new smartphone, Bloomberg reported today that he’s preparing to launch a new company, called Essential Products Inc. Apparently, he already recruited a team of 40 people from Apple Inc. and Google to work at the platform company that’s designed to tie multiple devices together. “Essential is working on a suite of consumer hardware products, including ones for the mobile and smart home markets,” the report mentions. The main project at the company will be a high-end smartphone with edge-to-e...
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