October 3, 2022


Panasonic has formally named its first smartphone for Europe, the Panasonic Eluga, a 4.3-inch Android handset anticipated to go on sale this spring. The Eluga – then unnamed – was first revealed again in December 2011, a water-proof, dustproof and usually resilient smartphone fronted by a qHD 960 x 540 OLED show and toting NFC. The gadget ideas the scales at a scant 103g and can supposedly additionally function as a distant management for Panasonic HDTVs.

Full specs of the Eluga aren’t but obtainable – as an illustration we do not know what model of Android it runs – however earlier indications counsel NFC and a large digicam. It will even have a “D-shaped” cross-section, and Panasonic says it is prioritizing slimline strains.

Panasonic is not the one Japanese agency to be speaking about European smartphone intentions immediately. Fujitsu can also be seeking to problem the handset status-quo with a spread of high-end Android and Home windows Cellphone 7 units, it has been revealed, with these anticipated to be demonstrated for the primary time at MWC 2012 subsequent week.

Panasonic has promised extra data on the Eluga immediately, with additional particulars of the corporate’s 2012 smartphone enlargement plans over the approaching week. We’ll replace once we know extra.



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