ColaPhone: Coca-Cola cell phone appears in images and may be released soon

ColaPhone: Coca-Cola cell phone appears in images and may be released soon

Coca-Cola could expand its horizons soon, and launch its own smartphone. Images of the ColaPhone were leaked by tipster Ice Universe (@UniverseIce on Twitter), along with some initial information about the device.

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According to the content, the device would have a completely customized back cover, painted in red and the well-known Coca-Cola logo vertically.

In addition, the smartphone would have two lenses on the back, next to a small flash with a circular shape. With that, its design is very similar to the Realme 10, a device launched a few weeks ago.

Realme itself is part of the list of companies that began to be followed by a “Colaphone” profile on Twitter. Other brands that gained the follow include Xiaomi, Poco, OPPO, OnePlus and Huawei.

In any case, this page has no official link with any cell phone company, nor with Coca-Cola itself. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the rumors only as a possibility, still without confirmation.

Furthermore, it is also possible that the device is only a limited commercial action, and aimed at specific consumers. In this case, the ColaPhone would not be made available to the general public.

Pepsi has already presented its cell phone

Before Coca-Cola, rival Pepsi has already introduced its own cell phone. This is the Pepsi P1, which appeared during the year 2015 and was soon followed by the P1s.

Developed in partnership with the Chinese company Koobee, the device had a 1.7 GHz processor, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. In addition, its screen was 5.5 inches, with a Full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels.

Other specifications of Pepsi P1s still include a 13 MP main camera, 5 MP front camera and battery is 5,000 mAh.

However, Pepsi’s daring project did not gain air. The models were commercialized in a crowdfunding model in China, but never reached other countries or gained any relevance in the cell phone market in the sequence.

Source: AndroidWorld