Polestar phone unveiled; To offer seamless integration with its EVs

The phone itself is manufactured by Meizu, which is also owned by Geely.

EV maker, Polestar, has unveiled its very own smartphone.

The 'Polestar Phone' as it is called, carries forward the same minimalistic design approach as the brand's electric vehicles. It features a clean back with the Polestar logo at the centre and the 'Polestar Phone' tag on the lower part.

The smartphone itself runs on Android OS and, as per reports, is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen chip with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage space. The phone also features a 50 MP, 13 MP and 10 MP camera at the back, while the front camera is said to use a 32 MP lens. The Polestar Phone looks premium and features a small 2 mm bezel all around - similar to most premium smartphones in the market.

The smartphone should allow users to seamlessly integrate with the brand's EVs via Android Auto.

The phone itself is manufactured by Meizu, which is owned by Geely - which also happens to be the parent company of Polestar.

The Polestar Phone will initially be offered only in China, with no official confirmation on whether it will be introduced in any other market. Prices for the smartphone are yet to be announced.

Source: AutoEvolution

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