The producer of electric cars, Polestar, has now announced the release of the Polestar Phone, the company’s first smartphone. The phone, which is positioned as the AI flagship for the “driver’s internet ecosystem,” will be made public on April 23 at an event.

According to the firm, the Meizu design team and Polestar’s global design team in Gothenburg, Sweden, collaborated on the phone design. The predominant hue is “Polestar White,” with chic accents in “Swedish gold” that reference the Brembo brakes and seat belts used on Polestar automobiles.

With its next phone, Polestar is likewise putting sustainability first. In keeping with Polestar’s zero-carbon objectives, the business claims that the phone’s casing and box are composed of environmentally friendly materials.

The phone itself has a centre frame made of NP66 aerospace-grade aluminium and a back cover made of AG glass with a “soft sand crystal sparkle process.” Its display has 2.2mm symmetrical bezels on all sides, a 21:9 aspect ratio, and 2K+ resolution.

As you may have noticed, the Meizu 21 Pro and the Polestar Phone feature certain similarities. This is not by accident, as earlier tidings indicated that the Polestar Phone could be a rebadged Meizu phone.

The Polestar Phone may come with a triple-lens camera system with a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 6.79-inch 2K+ 120Hz LTPO display, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. A 5050mAh battery with capability for quick wired and wireless charging could extend battery life.

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