The Japanese company behind Lumix CM1, a highly controversial android smartphone due to its ludicrous price of $1,000.00 and 1-inch cam sensor, will be bringing us a budget friendly, already- unlocked version of a smartphone at the mere price of $254. Yes, Panasonic brings in its new Eluga U2 handset. Reportedly, the Japanese device maker had already brought the handset in the Taiwanese market.
Eluga U2 is Panasonic’s first Google Lollipop handset and the very first to have Qualcomm’s 64-bit Snapdragon 410 chipset with quad-core processor. The mid-ranger is targeted to be opened in the Asian market immediately. However, European and American countries might not be able to benefit from this affordable device. As it might depend on how consumers react about Eluga U2, there may be a greater chance for the model to be released in the markets of those continents.
Exhibiting a 5-inch IPS touchscreen display of 720×1280 pixels resolution, Eluga U2 offers a great offer of graphical display for the handlers. To top it off, the 64-bit Snapdragon 410 chipset supports LTE connectivity so shareable pictures taken by its 13MP primary and 5MP front cameras will be shared via social media platforms in no time. Other features are 2GB random access memory, 16GB native storage and 2500 mAh battery. These are amazing specs in very reasonable price of $254, don’t you agree?
Panasonic Eluga U2 Specifications:
- Dimension :141.5 x 71 x 7.95 mm, 131 g
- Display :5” IPS LCD, 720×1280 pixels resolution
- CPU/Chipset : 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410, 1.2GHz quadcore CPU
- GPU :Adreno 306
- OS : Android 5.0 Lollipop
- RAM : 2GB
- Storage : (internal) 16GB; (external) up to 32GB via microSD
- Camera : (primary) 13MP with LED; (front) 5MP
- Battery : 2500 mAh