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Pepsi P1S Smartphone With 5.5 Inch Display And Octa-Core Chipset Available For $99.89

by Suhaib 10

Online store Banggood has listed another affordable smartphone for sale that goes by the name of Pepsi P1S. The retail price of this smartphone is $105.88 (708 Yuan) but during a special promotional sale from July 7 to July 16, this smartphone is being sold at a price of $99.89 which comes to around 668 Yuan. This special price is limited to 100 pieces of Pepsi P1s.

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Pepsi P1S runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box. It features a 5.5-inch 2.5D curved glass 1080p display and is powered by a MediaTek MT6592 octa-core chipset clocking 1.7GHz. It comes equipped with 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage with storage expansion support of 64GB. It comes with a fingerprint sensor housed on the back as well.

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Pepsi P1S supports 4G LTE connectivity and features a 13MP rear camera with LED flash in addition to a 5MP camera for handling video chats and selfies. It comes with all the usual connectivity options like WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth, USB OTG and GPS. It is fueled by a 3000mAh non-removable battery inside a 7.7 mm body and weighs 158 grams.

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  • Ionut Johnny

    Good price from Pepsi.

    • You think, packing the ancient MT6592? This old SoC is not power-friendly nor is it good for gaming. Any 6753 device cleans it`s clock.

      • Muhammad Yasir

        a 6732 would have been overkill

    • Muhammad Yasir

      horror cpu !

  • Muhammad Yasir

    VERY BAD CHIPSET ! wtf pepsi .. MORONS couldnt put a 6732 which scares the CRAP outta 6753 and raped the Snapdragon 410 to hell !

    JACKASS BRAND , JACKASS PEPSI ~!

  • Tremaine Underwood

    Here is the thing, I have a cube talk 9x which uses the 8392. I can’t really comment on the battery efficiency(it has a 10000mah battery) and I know the GPS is useless from a trip I did where we gave up on using it after a while. But the other day I installed Real Racing 3 and Asphalt 8 on it to see how it handles them(since these are the gauges all the reviewers always use). I was expecting it to crawl and be unplayable from all the stuff you read whenever a new chip comes out, plus it has a 2048X1536 res screen. I was actually quite blown away by it. Both the games flew on there with maybe an odd skipped frame here or there. I would say probably less than my 6752 powered phone and that has a 1080 display. Asphalt 8 was running on highest settings, I do get the feeling that the game might compensate by switching affects off in the background if the chip doesn’t support them. But it really changed my view on these supposed ‘massive’ gaps between generations of processors.