The Possibility of the Launch of Tesla Phone is Getting High
Let's take a brief look at the Model Pi's features to see which ones are likely to make it onto a real-world version of a Tesla phone — there are some unexpectedly good ideas here.
The idea is to build a network of low-orbit satellites that will allow you to connect to the internet no matter where you are on the globe. It's also getting increasingly helpful over time (here's where you can sign up for a trial account if your location is covered).
Starlink is one of SpaceX and Elon Musk's most significant pet projects right now, and it's the ideal complement to a Tesla smartphone.
Although Starlink has a long way to go, incorporating native support in a Tesla phone seems like a no-brainer.
ADR created an easy replica of the four-lens setup shown in early iPhone 12 concept designs. In reality, the iPhone 12's back camera system has a maximum of three lenses, and there's no knowing what a Tesla phone might do. Cameras are frequently used by new flagship models to differentiate themselves, but Tesla may have other plans.
This, like Neuralink, is only a pipe dream. Yes, it's an Elon Musk creation, and it even has its own website, but the neurotech firm isn't even close to launching consumer-level brain-machine interface goods. And they must be consumer-level in order for a Tesla phone to offer native connections. The most we can expect here are some fascinating medical applications resulting from Neuralink research over the next few years, such as assisting with convenient technology.
With the correct attachment or cover, solar charging is currently accessible for many smartphones. The concept is that you put it out in the sun and it partially recharges your battery — plus it's clearly eco-friendly. It's a wonderful idea to consider integrating native solar charging on the Model Pi, and it's a natural match for Tesla.
With its elegant solar panel shingles, the firm has already created a reputation for itself. But there's one major drawback to converting the back of a smartphone into a solar panel: you can't use a cover. Otherwise, we'd have seen more smartphone manufacturers do this by now.