Pepsi Spokesperson Confirms Pepsi P1 Smartphone

Do you like Pepsi? Ever wanted a Pepsi phone? Your lifelong dream could soon come true. Ok maybe it’s not going to reach the top ten things on your bucket list, but it sounds pretty cool right? A Pepsi spokesperson confirmed the phone is real and continued to state the following:

    “Available in China only, this effort is similar to recent globally licensed Pepsi products which include apparel and accessories.”

The Pepsi P1 is only going to be available in China at launch, but these sort of products have a habit of being available worldwide on websites such as eBay. As for the specification, the device will feature a 5.5-inch Full HD screen, an Octa-Core 1.7GHz processor alongside an ARM Mali-540 MP4 graphics processor. The P1 will also have 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a nicely sized 3,000mAh battery and Android 5.1 as standard; although I will be surprised if they don’t change this to Android 6.0 at some point.

The main camera packs a smooth 13 megapixels whilst the selfie cam is 5-megapixel. Let’s not forget the best part, as it will also feature the iconic red white and blue Pepsi logo on the back. OK maybe the best part is not the logo but the price, the Pepsi phone will be available for around £135 that’s a lot of phone for very little money.

The release date is reported to be as early as the October 20th.

Would you buy the Pepsi P1? If not why not? Let us know in the comments below, we always want to hear the reader’s view on these subjects.

Thank you Trusted Reviews  for providing us with this information.

Project Cars vs Assetto Corsa “Nurburgring” Comparison

So car games lately have become pretty realistic, to how the cars look, sound and perform. These factors can be the deal breaker for those trying to decide between two or three titles. In today’s market, Project Cars and Assetto Corsa are probably high on the list of car games. Luckily for us, ADRIANF1esp, a keen YouTuber, has uploaded a synchronised lap of a McLaren P1 blitzing the famous “Green Hell” lap at Nordschleife. Enjoy!

If you’re not overly convinced with the realism of a video game still, check out this video of Assetto Corsa vs Real life.

Thanks to CarThrottle and DSOGaming for this information