Panasonic has further expanded their series of Eluga gadgets, with adding the two new phones and a tablet to their produce portfolio. At the moment these gadgets are unveiled in Japan country, and Panasonic seems continuously expanding their Eluga Series devices in the Japan market. These new devices are Panasonic ELUGA V P-06D and ELUGA Power P-07D Smartphones, and the Panasonic P-08D Tablet.
With launching the Eluga devices, in short period, Panasonic aims to enhance their market share soon in the Japan Market. Let’s talk about each device one by one, below:
Panasonic ELUGA V P-06D: It runs on latest Android 4.0 Operating System, and a Dual Core 1.5 GHz OMAP4460 processor. It is having a 4.6-inch Touch screen, with display resolution of 720×1280 pixels. It features 3G, WiFi, and GPS connectivity, alongside Bluetooth. With the 1GB RAM, and dual-core processor, the phone seems surely rocking the ICS firmware, in terms of Hardware power. It has a 13 megapixel rear camera, and 1.2 megapixel front-facing cameras for video calling. The phone is fully Water Proof and Dust Proof, and supports micro SD card, to expandable the internal 8GB storage memory.
Panasonic ELUGA V P-06D: It also runs Android 4.0 ICS Firmware, and powered by Dual Core 1.5 GHZ Snapdragon processor. Same 1GB RAM, and 8GB Internal memory (ROM) is provided, whereas measuring 136x70x9.6mm, and have a weight of 133 gram. The phone supports 3G, and Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and equipped with a 5-inch screen. With the 8.1MP rear camera, it can capture good quality pictures.
Reportedly, Panasonic is also going to launch ELUGA Live P-08D Tablet very soon, It will be a 10-inch display screen tablet, running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Operating System. It will be also fully Water Proof and Dust Proof, and features DLNA, and Stereo Speakers. The tablet will be sold under tagline ‘Family Tablet’, due to it supports all the apps, required by children, professionals, or Senior Citizens. This Tablet will be unveiled in Japan this july, and further details would be also unviled, alongside pricing information. All of these scheduled to available through NTT DoComo in Japan, in mid-2012.