Andy Rubin, the father of Android, is reportedly working on a new phone for his startup, Essential, according to Bloomberg.
The phone would be able to perform tasks without any instruction from the user. Bloomberg reports that it would be able to send texts, respond to emails, or schedule appointments on its own.
Essential currently sells one other smartphone, the PH-1. While it has been positively reviewed, sales have lagged.
Reports emerged in May that Rubin was considering selling the company altogether.
The man who created Android, Andy Rubin, is reportedly working on a futuristic new project at his consumer tech startup, Essential.
Rubin's company is working on a new smartphone that would perform tasks without any instruction from the user,