The Panasonic Eluga was officially unveiled at MWC 2012. This product is for the Japanese giant a comeback in the global world of telephony. This little wonder with Android system finally arrives in Europe, but is now relegated to the German market alone.
Right now two shops make it available online. The first is Amazon.de, offering the handset to the sum of 419.85 euros. To purchase it at a lower price is GetGoods, another German retailer, who offers to 398.90 euros. Soon the Eluga can cross the borders of Germany and arrive in the United Kingdom. Expanses have already held that the sale will start from April 24 and that the offer at a figure of 365.99 pounds, about 442 euros. In Italy there is still no news on the alleged date of the sale begins.
For the less careful note Eluga features: 4.3-inch display 540 × 960 pixels (QHD), only 7.8 millimeters thick and weighs about 103 grams. Inside we find a dual-core 1 GHz, 8 GB of internal memory and 1 GB Ram. It ‘also the NFC chip, while the Android version that comes with Gingerbread is, even if it is updated, hopefully soon, to Ice Cream Sandwich. Its most interesting feature is water resistance with IP57 certification.