Back in March, Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, teased a photo of a smartphone that he is working on at his new company, Essential Products.
No details were revealed with the teaser, but the image seemed to be showing an almost bezel-less design, similar to the Xiaomi Mi MIX.
Today, the company has tweeted for the first time, and they announced "something big" for May 30th. Of course, we think that this means the company could launch its first smartphone on May 30th.
Hi, welcome to our Twitter page. We're here to let you know something big is coming May 30th! Stay tuned...— Essential (@essential) May 25, 2017
The device should be high-end, but there are no rumors about the specs. Pricing is expected to be in the range of Apple's and Samsung's flagships.
The company also published an image of the phone with, what it appears, a 360 camera on top of it.