Panasonic is finally ready to launch its first Android smartphone made for Europe. The handset is the same we’ve seen back in December, and now has an official name: Panasonic Eluga.
Panasonic has yet to unveil all the specs the Eluga has, but we know the device is waterproof and dustproof, and features a 4.3 inch qHD display, Panasonic Smart Viera app (for sharing with your TV what you browse on the phone), NFC, and an ultra-thin body that weighs 103 grams.
There’s no word on what version of Android the Eluga is going to run at launch, but anything older than 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich would be a disappointment.
The price of Panasonic Eluga hasn’t been announced. The smartphone should become available in Europe before the end of May – it remains to be seen via what mobile operators.
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