The Tesla smartphone has been rumored for a long time, but to date, Musk hasn’t confirmed the legitimacy of it. Despite this, keen users are stoking the fire online.
Rumors suggested it would have its own operating system, rather than relying on Android, and would not store any of the user’s information. It will also be cheaper than an iPhone but also better, they said.
It’s safe to say Tesla has revolutionized the electric car market. Tesla’s first car, the Roadster, was released in 2008 and quickly became one of the fastest-production cars in the world. Since then, Tesla has continued to push the boundaries of technology with its cars.
In recent months, however, insider sources have revealed that Tesla is looking to diversify its portfolio by entering the smartphone market. The device is rumored to go by the name Model Pi.
While it’s true that Google and Apple have a strong hold on their respective app stores, and removing Twitter from them could spell disaster for the platform, the idea that a Tesla Phone could serve as a lifeboat for Twitter seems far-fetched.
Elon Musk, responding to a suggestion on Twitter about creating his phone if the app were to be removed from App Stores, commented, “I certainly hope it does not come to that, but, yes, if there is no other choice, I will make an alternative phone.”
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