Former Apple CEO John Sculley and former Apple Industrial Design lead Robert Brunner have unveiled their newest project, Obi, a sleek smartphone for the entry-level market. Powered by Android, Obi will launch with two models: the SF1 and the SJ1.5.
The SF1 (left) is their flagship model with a floating Gorilla Glass 4 screen that protects a 5" 1920x1080 display with 443 PPI resolution, a 13 Megapixel Sony Exmor RS camera, and Dolby Audio Surround 7.1. On the power side the phone has a Qualcomm 615 processor with 4G LTE, Adreno 405 graphics, 3GB of RAM (32GB model, 2GB in the 16GB), and a 3000mAh battery.
The SJ1.5 (right) boasts a polycarbonate unibody design with a 5" 720p screen, 8MP camera, Quad-Core Mediatek processor, 16GB of storage with microSD expansion, and a 3000mAh battery. Both models run Android Lollipop and feature dual micro SIM slots.