Panasonic Eluga Z Touching Down on India Shores

July 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Japanese manufacturer Panasonic will be adding to their list of smartphone models the new Eluga Z smartphone.

Priced at INR 13,490 in India, the smartphone will feature a host of features to battle with the current mid-range Android devices in the market.

Eluga Z is a slightly stepped up version of the Eluga L launched earlier. The device sports a 5-inch screen that will run a resolution of 720 X 1080p.

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Beneath the display is a 64-bit octa-core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz. With a 2GB offering of RAM, Eluga Z will is packed with an inbuilt storage of 16GB, and is expandable up to 32 GB by means of micro SD.

The smartphone will be accompanied by the routine camera specs of current gen mid-range smartphones; the 13MP rear cam joined by a 5MP front cam.

A downgrade from the Eluga L smartphone would be in terms of the network connectivity as Eluga Z has left behind the support for LTE connectivity.

The dual-SIM device also boasts a battery of 2050 mAh, almost the same as that of in the other editions.

Panasonic is yet to get upgraded to the latest from Android, and Eluga Z will be running the Android 4.4 KitKat OS, with Fit Home UI layered on top of it.

Gesture controls are carried forward from the other models and Eluga Z will feature all the instant gesture control access like double-tap home-screen unlocking and many more. It will also offer support to up to 21 Indian languages.

One of the core highlights of the device as claimed by the company is the Metal Blade design, which fits perfectly with its dimensions of 141.3 x 70.6 x 6.85 mm.

The device will start its run across the markets for  INR 13,490, and will be made available in the colors of champagne gold, ivory white and midnight blue.

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