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Panasonic Eluga Power unveiled at MWC

Panasonic wants a share of the buzz at the Mobile World Congress with the announcement of their new flagship phone, the Eluga Power.

For starters, it has a wide 5 inch HD LCD display, a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, and is running Android Ice Cream Sandwich.

The Eluga Power will sit comfortably in the hands of those capable of gripping an adult’s head and is a good alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Note or the LG Optimus Vu. What separates the Eluga Power from the rest of the big-screen smartphones out there is its IP57 certification, which means it is capable of resisting dust and water.

Another impressive feat is its capability to reach 50% charge capacity in just 30 minutes with its 1,800mAh battery. Check out the full specs below.

Panasonic Eluga Power specs:
• 5.0-inch 720p HD LCD display @ 1280×720 pixel
• Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor
• Android 4.0 ICS
• 8GB internal storage
• up to 32Gb via microSD slot
• Bluetooth 3.0
• WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
• GPS w/ aGPS support
• 8MP autofocus
• 1080p Full HD video recording
• VGA front-facing camera
• HSDPA 14Mbps & HSUPA 6Mbps
• IP57 certified – Waterproof & dustproof
• Dimensions – 136 x 70 x 9.6 mm

The Eluga Power is set to be released in Europe but no confirmation yet about the price and release date.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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3 Responses

  1. chinodavis19 says:

    looking forward to this gadget…

    Napansin ko lang recently patindi na ng patindi ang lumalabas na mga smartphones..

    Palaban ang lahat… Pati ang isang ito…

  2. leeto says:

    Parang bumabalik tayo noong bago pa lang lumabas ang cellphoone. Noon ang mga cp malalaki parang ice-crusher at ICOM radio kalaki. Sa takbo ng panahon, lumiliit at ngayon ay lumalaki na naman.

  3. kebbot says:

    eh sino naman d makakalimot nito…heheheh
    i miss simple phones na mahal just like this one…

    ang O.a na kasi mga phone ngayun…nareremember ko pa nung dati ung mga phone matagal mag lowbat… minimum siguro nang 2 to 3 days…(how i wish may smart phone na tatagal nang ganyan ngayun)

    then nagyun d nag umaabot nang 24hrs…. hehehe


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