Since this past Tuesday, rumors have emerged regarding the possible launch of a specific smart mobile phone model in collaboration with the well-known soft drink brand Coca Cola.
Until today, the possible brands that could be behind it have been considered, until Realme has published on its website and in their social media profiles for the Indian market the announcement that something “really refreshing” is coming, without ever making reference to the rumored Coca Cola mobile.
Of course, in the ad itself on social networks, the attached video has been much more explicit, showing the appearance of the outline of a smart mobile phone in the middle of the bubbles, whose color palette is quite similar to the colors of the main product of the well-known brand of soft drinks.
The “refreshing” mobile
Therefore, this doubt is cleared, now lacking to know the characteristics of the model. In this regard, the publication MySmartPrice suggests that Coca Cola’s smartphone model is rather the Realme 10 4G model, launched last year in India, which has been renamed to become the Coca Cola phone.
If it is finally true, it is enough to look at the characteristics of the Realme 10 4G to know that this model will have a 6.4″ Super AMOLED FullHD + screen, inside which MediaTek Helio G99 has been chosen as the processor. and that is accompanied with up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal storage UFS 2.2.
It would also have a dual configuration of rear cameras, with a 50MP main camera accompanied by a 2MP depth sensor, also having a 16MP front camera, while the device would have a 5,000 mAh battery with support for the technology of 33W fast wired charging.
If this model is chosen as a Coca Cola phone, it will be interesting to know at what price it will hit the market, with a price whose equivalent corresponds to 157.97 euros. It will also be interesting to know if this model will be exclusive to India or will reach other markets as well.
This is not the first time that the main technology companies have collaborated with brands from other sectors to launch specific device models, with mobile phone models made in collaboration with jewelry brands and other industrial sectors being quite common.
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