Realme has confirmed (2) release date today“coca cola mobile phone” has been referred to as the special edition of Realme 10 Pro 5G. The personalized device will be officially unveiled at an event that will be streamed live on the internet on February 10.
New smartphone developed in partnership with the famous soft drink brand its design features classic Coca-Cola elements such as red and black stripes. On the back, most areas appear in red and the product logo takes up almost the entire area, while the black area houses the cameras whose modules are framed in red.
According to the manufacturer, the red tint brings “new energy to the smartphone experience” by providing a “positive, youthful and energetic feel”. The matte metal imitation process reveals a touch of aluminum, making the custom-built body resistant to scratches and fingerprints.
HE Realme 10 Pro 5G Coca-Cola Edition It will have almost the same configuration as the traditional version of the phone. Realme UI 4.0 interface with Snapdragon 695 chip, 8GB RAM, up to 1TB external storage (microSD), 5,000mAh battery and factory-installed Android 13 is guaranteed in the tech sheet.
Available in selected markets
HE Coca-Cola mobile phone from Realme will surely be envied by soda fans around the world. However, the device will only be available in a select few countries. Limited production of 6,000 unitsdistributed among selected markets.
In a statement, the brand confirmed that the customized smartphone will only be sold in India, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Malaysia. Those interested in purchasing can now book their units on the Realme website in India and are eligible to receive a personalized and custom card with the model number.
The device will ship in a box with soda-themed accessories, including a doll and stickers. Realme 10 Pro 5G Coca-Cola Edition pricing and other details will be announced at the launch event.
Source: Tec Mundo
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