Will Tesla enter the Smartphone Market with Model Pi?


There have been speculations that Tesla is preparing to produce a smartphone named “Model Pi”, and concept images circulating on the web are now looking a lot more exciting. As many of us know Tesla’s fans have previously created some bizarre fake products in the past, “Model Pi” is also just an imagination. Although the features and concept of this smartphone seem authentic, it’s just a Tesla phone concept by Designer Antonio De Rosa.

Imagined Features

  • Ability to sync data between Tesla devices
  • Mining for the first cryptocurrency based on Mars (Marscoin)
  • Four different camera lenses
  • Ability to engage with Neuralink
  • A native Starlink connection onboard
  • Charge from solar energy
  • Ultrasonic Fingerprint Unlock
  • Integration with Tesla Cars

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About Neuralink

Neuralink is a company founded by Elon Musk and other 8 partners ( a group of experts in different areas) which focuses on developing an implantable brain-machine interface (BMI). Neuralink has hired several high profile neuroscience since its founding. The company was started in 2016 A.D. Previously Neuralink had revealed Monkey playing Pong with its Brain-Machine Interface. Neuralink had aimed to start experiments in humans from 2020 but was later pushed to 2021. Read More>>

About Starlink

Starlink is a SpaceX-operated satellite broadband constellation that provides satellite Internet connectivity to the majority of the Earth’s surface. Starlink is a global provider of high-speed, low-latency broadband internet. Starlink uses powerful satellites in low orbit to enable video chats, online gaming, streaming, and other high-bandwidth activities that had previously been impossible with satellite internet. It’s how Starlink makes internet access available from any place. In most cases, users may anticipate download rates of 100 to 200 megabits per second and latency as low as 20 milliseconds. It’s the ideal companion for the next-generation smartphone.

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