Pepsi Launches Its First Smartphone That Costs Just US$110

Pepsi P1_3Famous soda brand Pepsi has officially joined the tech gadget industry by releasing its first smartphone, which is named the ‘Pepsi P1’.

Currently crowd-funding on China’s version of Kickstarter, JD Finance, the Pepsi P1 is marketed as a budget smartphone that had an early-bird price of US$78—however, with the early-bird units sold out, it would now cost you US110 to get your hands on one of these.

Made by Shenzhen Scooby Communication Equipment Co and sold exclusively in China, the P1 features a 5.5inch 1080p screen, an octa-core MediaTek processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13MP camera, a fingerprint sensor, and offers 4G LTE connectivity.

Running on Android’s Lollipop-based OS, it also has a microSD port and a 3,000 milliampere-hour battery with a one-day charge—it is available in silver, gold and blue.

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