Coca cola to launch it’s mobile phone- Trending 2023


Coca cola to launch it’s mobile phone- Trending 2023

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The well-known soft drink manufacturer Coca-Cola is said to be launching a smartphone in India with a smartphone manufacturer. Mukul Sharma, an Indian tipper, claims that the phone's launch could occur as early as March of this year. 

In a tweet, he stated that Coca-Cola is collaborating with a smartphone brand for the launch of the new #Cola Phone in India this quarter.

The fact that a beverage company has entered the smartphone market may come as a surprise, but this is not the first time a manufacturer of products other than smartphones has done so. 

Smartphone manufacturers have previously produced special editions of their products in collaboration with other well-known brands. OnePlus and Oppo, for instance, have collaborated to produce the McLaren and Avengers editions of their products.

The Realme 10 4G smartphone in the leaked render is thought to be powered by the MediaTek Helio G99 chipset, according to various online sources. The smartphone, which went on sale in November of last year, has a 6.4-inch full HD+ AMOLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate. 

Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protects the phone's display, which has a screen-to-body ratio of 90.8 percent.

The success of the smartphone with the Coca-Cola brand in India remains to be seen.

Since Coca-Cola is primarily known for its beverage production rather than its technological products, this is a rather unusual move by the company. However, expanding into new markets is common for businesses, and the mobile phone industry is a lucrative one.

Despite Sharma's efforts to conceal the company's name, the leaked image suggests a typical Realme design. The phone has a design that is very similar to the Realme 10 Pro 4G, and it also has an LED flash and a dual-phone camera sensor on the back. The Coca-Cola beverage-themed banner appears on the phone's rear panel.

The Coca-Cola phone's specifications have not been made public by the tipter, but it is likely that the company will target the budget and midrange segments of the market. This would make sense because Coca-Cola is a trusted and well-known brand in India, but it might not be as appealing to consumers of high-end smartphones.

Notably, this is not the first time a non-tech company has entered the smartphone market. Other examples include Fairphone, which focuses on ethical and sustainable production, and Razer, which is primarily a gaming company. Smartphones have been released by both firms, with varying degrees of success.

It might sound strange now that a beverage company brings a smartphone. However, this won't be the first time a company that doesn't make smartphones enters the smartphone market. Similar arrangements have been made by smartphone manufacturers with popular sales in the past. Among other things, OnePlus and Oppo have collaborated to produce the McLaren and Avengers editions of their products.

The news of Coca-Cola planning to launch a phone in India is exciting but there remains much speculation as to whether or not this will actually come to fruition. If it does, however, then it could be the beginning of a new trend for other major companies that are seeking to capitalize on their brand name and gain access into the Indian market. With so many unanswered questions surrounding this potential product launch, we can only wait with bated breath until more information comes out about this development.

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