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The Panasonic Eluga Power Assessment - The Sturdy Android Phone

Imam Sulaeman

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After releasing the robust Android tablet series namely Toughpad A1 and B1, the manufacturer carries on its revolutionary creation by launching the Panasonic Eluga Power as one of the water-proof, dust and water-resistant phones in the market besides Pantech Element. The phone is actually the successor of the original Eluga tablet. So now, let’s have a closer look at the below specs overview of Panasonic Eluga Power to find out whether it's truly worth to upgrade from the original model.

In relation to design, Panasonic Eluga Power comes with the similar style of the forerunner. You will recognize that there are sleek curve design and the overall plastic material. From the front view, you will notice the 5 inches screen with three touch buttons at the bottom side. As it features the curved edge style on both sides of the phone, you'll certainly find no actual keys on it. As a result, the power button and volume rockers are situated at the rear-side along with the main camera with single-LED flash indeed. At the very top part, you'll get the standard 3.5 mm audio jack along with the microUSB port (covered with a flap). Since it is IP5& certified, so you are going to get benefit that the handset is waterproof up to one meter and about thirty minutes. Eventhough the device is water-proof but the battery is actually detachable.

The device itself measures 136 mm tall, 70 mm in width, 9.6 millimeters thick and weighs about 133 gr. Having this dimension, the phone is evidently bulkier as opposed to the original model but however it's more compact as compared to Samsung Galaxy Note. The screen is packed with multi-touch feature together with the higher resolution (1280x720p) and pixel density (294 ppi) than the original but sadly it lacks OLED display technology.

Towards the overall performance, Panasonic Eluga Power sports the dual-core 1.5 Ghz (Krait) processor along with 1 GB of RAM. This next generation of Snapdragon S4 (Krait) has actually been considered to be potential to contest with the quad-core processor. Towards the os, the current Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) has been pre-installed and it may be one of benefits if you decide to upgrade the original model.

The downgrade occurs in the data speed because it runs on 3G network through the HSDPA (14.4 Mbps) and also HSUPA (5.76 Mbps) whilst the original Eluga supports for the HSDPA network using the highest internet speed of up to 21 Mbps. It'll likewise be more pleasurable if the phone allows for for the 4G network.

In the section of multi-media and camera spec, this handset comes equipped with the exact same camera specifications namely the 8-megapixel with 3264x2448 pixels and High definition video recording feature (1080p). Other improvement is the existence of SD card slot for memory expansion with the greatest memory capacity of 32 GB. You will get also the improved Bluetooth version namely v.3.0 with A2DP and EDR.

In conclusion, Panasonic Eluga Power presents a few benefits including larger display with better resolution and pixel density, memory expansion, far better processor and Operating system. Nonetheless, this phone only comes with the battery of 1800 mAh which may be a drawback particularly to power up its huge screen as well as general performance. So, it is truly worth to upgrade if you just want much larger screen and faster processor. The anticipated price is approximately $849-965 (unlocked).

Imam Sulaeman is one of the authors at Paseban Portal . Visit the blog to get more information, review, and tips about Mobile Games and Mobile Devices .


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