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Panasonic Eluga I3 Smartphone Rs.9290 with 13MP Camera

Panasonic one among the seamless Smartphone maker in the Android market for years is now launched another classical mobile in the name of “Panasonic Eluga I3”. According to the official information from Panasonic, the new mobile is priced for Rs.9290/- in India. Interestingly, this is one among the few VoLTE supported mobiles in India for sure. Also, this mobile is available in tri colors as, Rose Gold, Champagne Gold and Marine Blue indeed. The VoLTE support will help you in getting better voice experience along with the data coverage as well. Let us have the detailed features of the Panasonic Eluga I3 mobile in depth here.
Panasonic Eluga I3 Smartphone Rs.9290 with 13MP Camera
Panasonic Eluga I3 Smartphone Rs.9290 with 13MP Camera
Highlights of Panasonic Eluga I3 4G Smartphone:
  • Supports VoLTE Technology
  • Runs on Android 5.1 OS
  • 13MP Primary Camera
  • 5.5 inch HD IPS Display
  • 5MP Secondary Camera
  • 2GB RAM & 16GB Internal Memory
  • 1.3GHz Quad Core Processor
  • 2700mAh Battery

Preview of Panasonic Eluga I3 Smartphone:

As this mobile comes with the latest version Android Lollipop OS, you can enjoy the best in class support in terms of games and apps from the play store. Also, the mobile has the Panasonic FitHome as User Interface and hence you can have the finest customization with the mobile.

The display feature of the device has been enabled with the HD IPS technology made 5.5inch touch screen, which helps you enjoy the multimedia stuff as effective as possible. The camera section of the device is featured with the 13MP camera at the rear end, whilst the front snapper comes with 5MP. This Panasonic Eluga I3 Smartphone is capable of providing better performance with the 1.3GHz quad core processor along with the 2GB RAM indeed.

In terms of memory storage, you can enjoy the 16GB capacity internally and the mobile supports 32GB expandable memory as well. You can have longlasting fun with the mobile as it has 2700Ah battery. While speaking about the wireless features, it has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi Direct, GPS, FM Radio and few other sensors including Light, Accelerometer and Proximity.

Official Press Release on Panasonic Eluga I3:

At the launched event of Panasonic Eluga I3, Business Head Mobile Divison Panasonic India, Mr Pankaj Rana stated that, “With the launch of Eluga I3, we believe we will surely address some major consumer concerns by providing them with a better viewing experience and more productivity on-the-go".

“The mobile division contributed 15% towards overall India revenue, which we want to take to 25% by the end of the ongoing fiscal. The Eluga I3 comes at the most appropriate time when mobile internet is on the rise and there has been persistent increase in demand for larger screens and video consumption", he added.


Let us have the detailed user opinions and reviews of Panasonic Eluga I3 mobile in the near future.

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