Panasonic unveiled the P88 smartphone in India on Wednesday

Panasonic unveiled the P88 smartphone in India on Wednesday

Panasonic unveiled the P88 smartphone in India on Wednesday

Panasonic unveiled the P88 smartphone in India on Wednesday. The smartphone comes with the best buy price of Rs. 9,290. Panasonic says that the device is available across all the retail platforms across the country.

Coming to the specifications of the smartphone, the main highlight of the Panasonic P88 smartphone is the tripe-LED flash module along with the 13-megapixel primary camera at the back and a LED flash module accompanied by the 5-megapixel front snapper. The smartphone comes with dual-SIM support and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow along with Android For Work security, and comes with a 5.3-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) IPS display along with 2.5D curved glass.

The smartphone is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor paired with 2GB of RAM. It offers an internal storage capacity of 16GB which can be further expanded up to 128GH via microSD card. For connectivity, the device offers 4G VoLTE, 3G, 4G, GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and FM radio. The smartphone is packed with a 2600mAh battery.

Panasonic-P88-launched

Panasonic-P88-launched

Sensor options on Panasonic P88 on the device include an ambient light sensor, accelerometer, and a proximity sensor. The smartphone is 8.35mm thick and weighs at 156 grams.

At the launch event, Pankaj Rana, Business Head Mobility Division of Panasonic India commented that with the year-end drawing closer, the company is introducing an affordable 4G smartphone for the Indian consumers. Further, he added that it is the first time Panasonic has added a front LED flash. The Panasonic P88 also features anti-dust receiver that would help in maintaining the handset for a long period of time. In the end, he claimed that the company would continue to offer a distinguished product for its customers.

Recently Panasonic, Soni and d by the European Union’s anti-trust watchdog for price fixing in the market for batteries utilised in handsets and laptops. The fine totalled around EUR 166 million (Rs. 1, 190 crores approximately).

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