Back in September, Polestar announced its plans to launch a Meizu-made smartphone to complement its expanding fleet of electric vehicles and we now have our first glimpse of the device. The company teased Polestar Phone’s design during its inaugural Polestar Day event.
The phone has the signature Meizu design language seen on the Meizu 20 series with flat metal frame and three camera modules housed in individual camera rings. A closeup from the video revealed we’re looking at a 23mm equivalent main camera with an f/1.9 aperture alongside a 70mm telephoto (f/2.0) and a 15mm ultrawide lens with an f/2.4 aperture.
Polestar Phone also brings a flat display with a punch hole cutout for the selfie camera. The sides feature Polestar branding while the back has the company logo.
One of the more interesting bits is how Polestar will integrate its upcoming phone with its cars. Meizu, owned by the same parent company Geely, has its own Flyme Auto car software. However, reports from China suggest the Polestar Phone might offer a Polestar OS interface which is likely developed in collaboration with Meizu.
The device is billed as a flagship phone meaning we should expect to see Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, plenty of RAM and some form of fast charging too. Polestar Phone is rumored to be exclusive to China but we’ll have to wait for more details and an official launch before jumping to conclusions.