Again in September, Polestar announced its plans to launch a Meizu-made smartphone to enrich its increasing fleet of electrical automobiles and we now have our first glimpse of the gadget. The corporate teased Polestar Telephone’s design throughout its inaugural Polestar Day occasion.
The cellphone has the signature Meizu design language seen on the Meizu 20 series with flat metallic body and three digicam modules housed in particular person digicam rings. A closeup from the video revealed we’re a 23mm equal predominant digicam with an f/1.9 aperture alongside a 70mm telephoto (f/2.0) and a 15mm ultrawide lens with an f/2.4 aperture.
Polestar Telephone additionally brings a flat show with a punch gap cutout for the selfie digicam. The edges characteristic Polestar branding whereas the again has the corporate emblem.
One of many extra attention-grabbing bits is how Polestar will combine its upcoming cellphone with its automobiles. Meizu, owned by the identical mum or dad firm Geely, has its personal Flyme Auto automotive software program. Nonetheless, experiences from China recommend the Polestar Telephone would possibly provide a Polestar OS interface which is probably going developed in collaboration with Meizu.
The gadget is billed as a flagship cellphone that means we should always anticipate to see Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, loads of RAM and a few type of quick charging too. Polestar Telephone is rumored to be unique to China however we’ll have to attend for extra particulars and an official launch earlier than leaping to conclusions.