We’ve had Facebook phones and Obama phones, why not Pepsi phones?
PepsiCo will supposedly reportedly a cell phone (and embellishments) in China next week. Tech blog Mobipicker was the first to recognize a Chinese Weibo page with the title “Pepsi Phone,” and translated tags like IT, Internet, electronic items, and cell phone producers.
A subsequent post said the 5.5-inch 1080p Pepsi P1 cell phone will accompany a 1.7GHz MT6592 SoC, with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of inside capacity, and additionally a 13-megapixel back camera and 5-megapixel front shooter. The handset—with a 3,000mAh battery and Android 5.1 Lollipop—will supposedly go at a bargain next week for 1,299 Chinese Yuan ($205).
The Weibo page additionally specified China’s Shenzhen Technology Co., which work with tech firms like Konica Minolta, Brother Industries, and Xiaomi.
Neither PepsiCo nor Shenzhen promptly reacted to PCMag’s request for comment, yet PepsiCo told Reuters that “this exertion is like late all around authorized Pepsi items which include apparel and accessories” and may be accessible in China.
A second Weibo post tipped an Oct. 20 dispatch date.
Pepsi has plunged its toe into the tech pool some time recently, with the launch of its Social Vending System, which let clients blessing drinks to companions. The intelligent touch-screen machine likewise highlighted healthful actualities. The organization additionally has partnerships with Danish stereo producer Bang and Olufsen and Italian shoemaker Del Toro, Reuters.