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Pepsi has confirmed that it’s working on its own smartphone

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I wouldn’t blame you for dismissing the rumor that Pepsi is working on its own smartphone, or even the recent report that gave us the alleged device’s price and specs, but there’s no dismissing an official confirmation from Pepsi itself, is there? Yesterday, spokesperson for Pepsi confirmed to TechRadar that the company isn’t just working on a handset, it’s working on a whole line of them, as well as a bunch of accessories, all of which will be exclusive to China.

We raised an eyebrow at the rumor, we were surprised when specs leaked, but now Pepsi has confirmed to techradar that it is indeed making a smartphone. In fact, it’s making more than one and a load of accessories too! A spokesperson for the company told techradar “We are pleased to share that Pepsi is working with a licensing partner to bring a line of mobile phones and accessories to market in China in the next few months.” It’s currently not clear what the handsets will offer customers over the Pepsi logo on their phone, but we’re likely to hear a lot more about the firm’s intentions over the coming weeks. Don’t get too excited though, as the likelihood is you’ll never get your hands on a Pepsi phone. “Available in China only, this effort is similar to recent globally licensed Pepsi products which include apparel and accessories” the spokesperson continued. “Pepsi has always moved at the speed of culture, and today technology is a key cultural pillar at the heart of consumer interaction.

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