Allied Trade Link, the authorized dealer of Karbonn phones in Nepal, will be bringing Panasonic smartphones to the Nepalese market. Fortified by the success of smartphone market, Panasonic, the global leader in consumer technologies, has recently entered the smartphone category. Panasonic is better known for its world class electronics home appliances and audio systems. We expect Panasonic smartphones to penetrate Nepalese market before ICT2014.
Panasonic P31, the latest offering from the company is canon in-line with the brand’s promise & tag line “Play Life, Ur Way“. The company had been heavily teasing the P31 in the run-up to the launch, with each teaser focusing on a particular software feature. With Gesture Play, users can draw to unlock the phone and even get to specific apps by using pre-assigned gestures . Pop-I Player lets you watch a video over any other screen, just like Samsung, LG and Micromax phones. A Music Café app helps in library management and adds additional audio tweaks, while Ultimate Saver helps you manage your battery use and can be tweaked to prolong battery life in emergencies.
Panasonic P31 has a 5-inch display with a disappointing FWVGA resolution (480×854 pixels). We would have hoped for at least a qHD display at this size, but hopefully Panasonic has calibrated the display well enough to eliminate pixilation. The display has an oleophobic coating to prevent oil smudges.
It has a 1.3GHz Quad Core processor (probably MediaTek), running on Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) with 8MP Full HD capable Autofocus camera & 2000 mAh battery. The smartphone should be priced around Rs.20000. Panasonic also says it has used a Heat-Sink design which lets the phone remain cool even when the CPU is running at full tilt.
Panasonic T31 is an entry-level android smartphone and shall be priced around Rs.12000 in the local market. It offers a 4 inch screen, dual core processor and a 512 MB of RAM at affordable price. For more models of Panasonic smartphones click HERE