Essential is now selling phone accessories, including HD earphones and USB-C to 3.5mm adapters

Essential is now selling phone accessories, including HD earphones and USB-C to 3.5mm adapters

Quite many months after releasing the interesting Essential Phone, Essential today started selling accessories via its official website (US only). When we say accessories, we mean more than just the Essential 360 Camera module that was already available to buy.



 



Here's a list of new Essential accessories that you can order right away, prices included:




  • Essential Earphones HD ($99), featuring "immersive fatigue-free sound" and a multi-action button that can even activate Google Assistant. These high-definition earphones work not just with the Essential Phone, but also with other devices that have USB Type-C ports
  • Essential Earphones Mini ($49) - also featuring a multi-action button, but in a smaller package, and with less rich sound. Compatible with other USB Type-C devices, too
  • USB Type-C Fast Charger ($39), providing up to 4 hours of battery life in 10 minutes
  • USB Type-C to 3.5mm headphone jack adapter ($15)



 



There are also two Essential accessories that are coming soon, for unknown prices:




  • Essential Phone Dock (pictured below). This can charge the Essential Phone via its magnetic Click Connector - no cables needed
  • Protective case for the Essential 360 Camera



 



Essential is now selling phone accessories, including HD earphones and USB-C to 3.5mm adapters


Do you plan to buy any of Essential's new accessories? If you do, you can find them all at the company's website via the first source link below.  



 



sources: Essential, Twitter 

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2 Comments

1. Paximos

Posts: 278; Member since: Jul 26, 2012

First they need to upgrade their phones to Oreo...for god sake, this is stock Android.

2. maherk

Posts: 6645; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

You can download the Oreo beta. I did before I sold it, and it ran flawlessly, no issues what so ever. What they need to do is release replacement parts especially the screen. One of the main reasons I sold ot was my fear of breaking the screen and ending up with a dead break resting in peace in my drawer. Btw, when I updated to Oreo, I was able to fast charge it using my QC 3.0 charger and also Samsung's adaptive fast charger, something that was impossible to do on Nougat.

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