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Pepsi could be gearing up to launch its very own smartphone — next week

marty mcfly pepsi perfect
marty mcfly pepsi perfect

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Marty McFly didn’t see this coming.

It sounds like Pepsi is working on its very own smartphone.

That’s right. The soft drink giant’s Chinese arm is expected to launch a Pepsi-branded smartphone called the P1 on October 20th, Mobipicker reports. According to Mobipicker’s Chinese sources, the P1 will cost around 1,299 yuan (£133, $205), and will be running Android 5.1.

The rest of the specs for the P1 have already apparently been revealed in a listing on TEENA (the Chinese version of the FCC), which was picked up by tech.sina.com:

  • a 5.5-inch, 1080p display

  • 16GB of internal storage

  • 3000mAh battery

  • 2GB of RAM

  • 13-megapixel rear camera

  • 5-megapixel front-facing camera

Thanks to that listing, we’ve also got a fuzzy idea of what a Pepsi smartphone might look like:

TEENA Pepsi smartphone
TEENA Pepsi smartphone

TEENA

Still, it’s more than likely that the company has licensed its name and logo to a Chinese manufacturer, rather than designing and building the phone itself.

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