Panasonic Eluga Note: Mid-Range Specs at an Affordable Price Point
Panasonic has recently launched a new and improved smartphone that will soon start retailing for a pretty competitive price tag. This handset stacks in some of the high-end attributes followed by a textured rear panel. Moreover, this device can soon be availed in champagne gold colors. Here is a detailed analysis of the existing specs sheet:
Panasonic Eluga Note throws in a decent enough 5.5-Inch screen offering 1920x1080 pixels, in terms of resolution. The Full HD panel supports IPS LTPS display technology. This smartphone boasts of a removable back panel and measures 8.15mm in thickness. In terms of battery power, a 3,000mAh power module is featured by Panasonic. Android Marshmallow v6.0 is the existing operating platformwith the FitHome UI skinned on top. Other attributes include an Infrared sensor, 3.5mm audio jack and the FM Radio. In terms of connectivity, Panasonic throws in Dual-SIM and 4G VoLTE support in addition to Bluetooth v4.0, GPS and Wireless compatibility. In terms of internals, an Octa-Core processor is on-board, clocking at 1.3GHz.
For the comparable price point, most manufacturers are already providing a fingerprint sensor which isn’t the case with Panasonic Eluga Note.
Unique Selling Points
Purchase this smartphone for 3GB of RAM which happens to be the best deal on display. Internal storage limit for the same is 32GB expandable further up to 32GB. In terms of imagery, a 16MP primary shooter is on-board coupled with 6P lens and triple flashlight compatibility. The 5MP selfie shooter is also a decent inclusion.