The Essential phone is a rugged, lightweight, and breathable phone.
It’s made of a solid plastic body with a matte-black finish, and the battery is removable.
It has a 13-megapixel camera, 2GB of RAM, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.
And while the Essential Phone has a lot of premium features, it’s not all high-end.
There are plenty of phone cases, accessories, and accessories that will save you money.
But for most people, the Essential is the best phone they can get for under $500.
The Essential is a good phone for people who want to get the best bang for their buck.
It can handle everyday tasks.
It is water and dust resistant.
It doesn’t require a lot to charge.
It looks good.
It performs well.
And the Essential has a few extra perks, like its modular design and its low price.
This article is part of a series looking at the best Android phones under $200.
Read more about the Essential phone, including a full review.
If you want to make a long-term investment in an Android phone, you should buy the Essential.
The phone is incredibly powerful, with a fast processor and excellent battery life.
But the Essential isn’t all about the phone, as it has some serious drawbacks that should help you decide whether the Essential fits your budget.
We’ll start with the phone’s camera.
We’ve already seen the Essential phones’ cameras, but the Essential’s is one of the best cameras we’ve tested.
The 5MP camera is really good, and it captures excellent photos even in low light.
It shoots at the widest angle possible, so you can shoot with a wide angle.
It also has a high ISO capability, so it can capture photos with more detail and color than most other phones.
The camera has an aperture of f/1.7, which means it can shoot up to 1,800 ISO.
The results are amazing.
The lens is also very good, as the 5MP sensor is sharp and easy to focus on the subject.
The result is a really bright and clear picture.
The main downside to the Essential camera is that it doesn’t have a dual camera setup.
The two cameras can be used simultaneously, but they aren’t great.
The photos taken by the Dual Camera are sometimes blurry.
The Dual Camera is also not as fast as the Dual camera on the Samsung Galaxy S5.
The HTC One is also better at capturing fast-moving subjects, like people walking down the street.
The One has an f/2.0 aperture, which makes it easier to take photos of people walking and other people, as opposed to just animals.
You can zoom in or out, but it’s difficult to use the zoom button when you’re holding it down.
It lacks depth-of-field and contrast-enhancement effects, so the photos don’t always look as sharp as the Galaxy S7 and the HTC One.
But when the Dual Cam is on, you get the same quality photos.
The Photos app is easy to use and works well with other apps like Google Photos.
The app has a number of filters to customize the colors and textures of the photos, as well as auto-brightness.
The color selection is nice and easy, and you can set your favorite filters for a particular scene.
There’s also a new option that lets you set the color temperature of photos, and we’ve tried the Essential in a few different colors.
We haven’t tested the Photos app extensively enough to judge its performance.
The other big downside of the Essential Camera is that the front camera has a wide-angle lens, so there is some ghosting when you take close-up photos.
It may be annoying, but you don’t get the ghosting in our tests.
That doesn’t mean the camera isn’t good, though.
The front camera can capture bright photos and the rear camera has good noise-reduction.
The rear camera can also record 720p videos at 60 frames per second, and they are crisp.
The back camera can record 720P videos at 30 frames per the same resolution, and are sharp and accurate.
The phones front and rear cameras are very similar, with the exception that the rear has an F-number of 5 and the front has an E-number.
The E-series camera features a f/5.6 aperture, but there’s a little bit of distortion, so we tested the E-camera in a different light, so our results are slightly different.
The battery life is good and the phone runs pretty smoothly.
We tested the phone in all three modes, including low-light and HDR.
The device has an 8,000mAh battery, which is enough to charge the Essential for about an hour.
There is a USB Type-C port on the back, which you can plug into a computer, laptop, or even a smartphone.
The USB Type C port allows