From a hardware standpoint, the specs are slightly perplexing considering the price point. It doesn’t have 5G connectivity, which likely won’t be a huge sticking point in a practical sense for most users, but it’s odd for a $1,400 device. It also lacks NFC and Wifi 6. It has just one camera with an 11-megapixel sensor that handles typical photo and video shooting as well as video chatting. Two cameras—one front and one back—has been the bare minimum, even on cheaper phones, for years.