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Elon Musk To Launch Tesla Smartphone

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It is no news that Elon Musk, owner of Tesla, might launch a smartphone allegedly called Model Pi / P.

It would be joining the long line of tech giants who have launched into other industries.

In its own case, there are projections that it would launch its smartphones into the market in 2022.

Considering that Tesla and its owner name in the industry, the smartphone might be costly.

Some sources have revealed some of its features in making smartphones.

They said that it would make use of modern technology.

Also, they said that the Tesla Pi smartphone would work on Mars using Starlink.

Interestingly, this is not the first different product of Tesla.

In the past, it has released several other features, including cyber-trucks, electric vehicles for children, a Tesla umbrella and even a stainless steel whistle.

Expectations of Tesla smartphone

According to leaks and speculations of the smartphones, the Tesla smartphone might be a gaming phone.

Tesla logo ‘T’would appear in the middle of a blue stripe.

And it would feature a triple rear camera setup on the back.

Also, the rumours said thatTesla smartphones would be made up of a 108MP main camera, a 6.5-inch 4K-level screen, a Snapdragon 898 processor and 2TB storage.

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There is no confirmation from Tesla on the Tesla smartphone.

However, a source has reported that the cost of the smartphone would be between $800 and $1200.

Other top tech companies that have gone beyond their industry in releasing smartphone includes Google and Xiaomi.

Implication for users

Although the above speculation hasn’t been confirmed by Tesla.

However, some of these projections might be true and might not be true.

Also, there has been no release date, but as the year is close to an end, it is more likely to be released in the new year.

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