Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, announced a new phone and company today, called Essential. He gave the Code audience a closer look at it from the conference stage. You can get a full rundown of all the features of the phone itself, but below you’ll find some of the latest photos of the phone.
The Essential Phone has a magnetic connector for accessories and wireless data transfer capabilities.
The screen stretches across the entire front of the phone.
One of the first accessories will be what Rubin called the world’s smallest 360-degree camera. It’s less than three inches long and weighs less than a tenth of a pound — it can also turn the camera without turning the phone.
The phone weighs less than half a pounds and is only 0.3 inches thick.
The front-facing camera can take eight-megapixel resolution photos, and the back camera takes 13-megapixel pictures and 4K video.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.