Coca-Cola apparently wants to expand its business to mobile devices. Rumors have appeared on the web that the world-famous manufacturer is preparing to launch its own smartphone.
Coca-Cola to launch its own smartphone?
Information about the upcoming Coca-Cola device was shared on Twitter by several sources, including a very credible leak user Ice universe. A graphic showing the possible appearance of the phone has already appeared on the web, and an account under the name Colaphone was set up on Twitter.
Of course, the brand best known for carbonated drinks will not prepare a new smartphone on its own. Sources suggest that she probably entered into cooperation with one of the manufacturers of Android smartphones. which one? This has not yet been explicitly stated.
However, the phone shown in the graphics is deceptively similar to realme 10, which was recently shown in India. So it is possible that Coca-Cola, under a contract with realme, will sell this device under its own brand and with its logo on the (of course red) housing. According to Indian insider Mukul Sharma, the smartphone is to be sold in the Indian market, which it will hit later this quarter.
For now, the technical details of the ColaPhone are not known. However, if this smartphone is actually realme 10 in a different housing, we can count on a mid-range device. The mentioned smartphone from realme works under the control of the MediaTek Helio G99 processor, has a maximum of 8 GB of RAM, two cameras and a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen (Full HD, 90 Hz).
It is worth mentioning that in the past, several smartphones advertised by companies not related to consumer electronics have appeared on the market. OnePlus sells some of its devices in the McLaren Edition, and Huawei has a partnership with Porsche. A few years ago, Pepsi (Phone P1) also released its smartphone in China.
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