Panasonic seems to have abandoned plans to begin offering its Android phones outside of their home country, Japan. As revealed by Reuters and the Nikkei, the Japanese company plans to negotiate with the major European telephone operators to carry its Android phones around Europe by 2012. We have no specific details about it yet, but are generally more European operators Vodafone, Orange, Telefonica / O2 or T-Mobile.
Following the European debut, Panasonic will try to establish them on the North American market. We do not know yet whether the company’s intention is to repeat the same to us that Android smartphones sold in Japan, such as the P-02D Lumix shown at the beginning, or if it wants to build completely new terminal to be proposed, but we’ll find enough soon as possible.
Panasonic has decided to invest a lot of Android at the beginning of 2012 will begin to sell the tablet Tougphad A1 10.1-inch display, running Android 3.2 Honeycomb and 1.2GHz dual-core processor.