The inception of Panasonic Eluga is now official: Android smartphone is coming to the Japanese market, via operator NTT DoCoMo, March 29, while in April will be launched in Europe. The smartphone Eluga is a mix between typical Japanese shells resists water and dust, and a more European design with less colorful and more elongate.
Panasonic smartphone features 4.3-inch display 540 × 960 pixels (QHD), has a total of just 7.8 mm thin and weighs about 103 grams. The phone will initially be launched with Android Gingerbread on board, but the upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich will follow shortly – by the summer, according to the promises of the company.
Except for water and dust resistant body, the Panasonic Eluga not differs much from the classic Android device to a good standard. It has a dual-core processor with each core clocked at 1 GHz; an 8 megapixel camera on the back and at the MWC 2012 in Barcelona has made a great impression on anyone who has tried it.