Washington: Elon Musk, the world's richest man and the new owner of Twitter, has said that if needed, he can launch his own smartphone as well. Elon Musk said the above while replying to a tweet on Twitter. In fact, Liz Wheeler, host of the video podcast 'The Liz Wheeler Show', tweeted that, 'If Apple and Google remove Twitter from their app stores, Elon Musk should launch his own smartphone. Half the country would happily give up iPhones and Androids for biased and snooping. A person who can make a rocket to go to Mars should have no problem making a small smartphone.'
Responding to this tweet, the owner of Tesla wrote, 'I hope this will not happen, but if there is no option left, I will make an alternative phone.' Let us tell you that this is not the first time that the talk of launching Musk's mobile phone has come into the headlines. In October this year, it was told in some news that Tesla is working on making a smartphone. However, no official statement has come out from the company on this.
Significantly, a few days ago, Elon Musk decided to restore the handles of users with banned accounts on Twitter. Even the Twitter account of former US President Donald Trump has been restored. Musk had said that other suspended Twitter accounts would also be reinstated by pardoning them. Musk had also conducted a poll before taking this decision and asked people for their opinion. On 23 November, Musk ran a poll. In which the question was whether Twitter should give a general apology to the suspended account. On this, 72.4 percent of people answered 'yes'.