Pepsi P1s Android-powered smartphone goes official and on sale through a crowdfunding website.
You better believe it! Pepsico, the company behind one of the oldest and most famous carbonated soft drinks, today announced its first ever smartphone powered by Google Android operating system.
Dubbed Pepsi P1s, the smartphone was assembled by Scooby Communication Equipment, an OEM from Shenzen, China.
Pepsico’s smartphone feature a 5.5-inch Full HD display with 2.5D (slightly curved) glass, it packs MediaTek’s octa-core 64-bit MT6592 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB built-in storage (microSD card slot included), Mali-450 MP4 GPU and a 3,000 mAh battery.
As ridiculous as it sounds, Pepsi P1s smartphone also feature fingerprint technology, dual nano SIM slots, 5 and 13MP cameras and it runs what Pepsico calls Dido 6.1 OS based on Android 5.1 Lollipop. Pepsi P1s is 7.7mm thin and it weighs in at 158 grams.
Pepsico sells Pepsi P1s through a crowdfunding campaign on JD.com website for 100 Euro to the first 1,000 fans. The smartphone is available in Blue, Silver and Gold colours and it ships with a wall charger, USB cable and a protective case as well.