The Polestar Phone is Here, and it Looks Pretty Familiar


A while back, it was reported that EV manufacturer Polestar was working on launching its first-ever smartphone, aptly called the “Polestar Phone.” With that being said, the company has finally unveiled the handset, which was designed in collaboration with Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu. As per the official product page:

It is jointly designed by the Polestar global design team and the Xingji Meizu team in Gothenburg, Sweden, and is decorated with Swedish gold details that symbolize high performance.

More specifically however, it appears that the phone is in fact a rebranded version of the Meizu 21 Pro, and comes with a lot of the same hardware specifications – this includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, which is backed by an Adreno 750 GOU and up to 16GB of RAM. The phone packs a triple-camera setup featuring a 50MP main sensor, a 10MP telephoto sensor, and a 13MP ultrawide sensor. In front is a 32MP camera for selfies and video calls.

It should be noted however that the phone does come with some Polestar-exclusive software features, such as a custom user interface, Polestar apps, as well as built-in connectivity for Polestar’s in-vehicle infotainment systems. At the moment the phone is exclusive for Chinese markets, although there’s a chance that the company might launch it globally, given the market reach of its cars worldwide.

Source: Polestar

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