A few days ago, I shared an article about the upcoming Pepsi Phone P1S, the beverage maker launching the first phone in its series. The phone is mid-ranged; as expected, it will unquestionably echo in buyers’ minds that it is okay to spend money on a newcomer with no smartphone-making experience.
There is lots of competition going on, and some have heaped their places, too; in this crowded market, it’s tough to settle in, And Pepsi Phone P1S is one of them who is feeling the heat. What had Pepsi done here?
They just popped their phone into the crowded market of android. I am talking about this because Pepsi Phone P1s have taken a downhill path that needs to be settled in as soon as possible.
Pepsi’s First Smartphone Is Feeling The Heat To Reach Its Goal
10 days ago, Pepsi launched its first phone Pepsi Phone P1S in China. The motto of this phone is to reach the target of Rs.3,10,69,901/- but Pepsi Phone P1S only managed to get Rs.13,872,267/- after 10 days, it only managed to reach approximately 45% of the end date of the project was 3rd December.
It only had a few days left to cover more than 50%. By looking at its figure, we can easily guess that Pepsi Phone P1S had not managed to impress users’ satisfaction. Here are the complete specs for those who missed the Pepsi Phone P1S configuration.
Pepsi Phone P1S Specifications
Pepsi Phone P1S will run on Android 5.1, an android lollipop, and it comes up with a humongous screen of 5.5inch Full-HD display that shares a screen resolution of 1080×1920 pixels. It had the chipset of MediaTek MT6592, which is compelled with Malu 450-MP4 GPU.
It comes up with 2GB RAM and an internal storage capacity of 16GB which can be expanded up to 64GB with the help of a microSD card. Pepsi Phone P1S had 4G telecommunications LTE connectivity options. It had a Primary 13-megapixel camera with LED Flash and a secondary camera of 5 megapixels for video calling.