Sprint hasn’t announced when exactly will they start selling the Essential Phone. However, the company’s chief marketing officer, Roger Solé, did say that the device will be very prominent in the carrier’s stores and will have a “premium space” where customers will be able to check it out. It won’t have a Sprint logo on it, which is something most consumers will welcome with open arms, right?
Sprint also didn’t mention anything about pricing. Although as the device is up for pre-order on Essential’s website, so we already know what to expect. The smartphone isn’t the most affordable you can get, as it will set you back $699. At Code Conference 2017, Andy Rubin said that it will start shipping to customers by the end of this month.