Panasonic Eluga Pulse. This is the device with which the Pulse series hit the market. A few weeks ago we uploaded the Pulse X and we found it a quality smartphone.
Download the Manual and User Guide of Panasonic Eluga Pulse
In this case we are in front of a humbler version but that has enough reasons to be a mid-range device with which to enjoy.
The performance is somewhat lower as we have 2 GB of RAM instead of three. The processor is unaffected and has its four cores for the system to flow smoothly and quickly. Although we are talking as if this device were a version of the Pulse X, really is the opposite, the Eluga Pulse is the original device.
The casing is totally metallic and has a thickness of only 7.5 millimeters. This is well below the current average range. A comfortable and soft grip and a 5 “screen with Dragon Trail protection so that we can enjoy games and multimedia without it being a mess when traveling.
Enjoy Full HD images thanks to its 13 MP rear sensor with autofocus so that we can capture defined videos with a lot of details. The 5MP front camera does not stand out in anything special but it serves to make us selfies and be up to date on social networks.
The battery is what, for our taste, is somewhat short. Its 2,200 mAh capacity will be affected if we are fans of games or we are all day hooked to Facebook. It is true that with normal use will endure all day but with processors of four or more cores it is better that the capacity of the battery approaches the 3000 mAh.
The common fault of all Oppo smartphones is the user manual. The box includes a quick guide with some parameters but the user requires a complete user manual to get the most out of the smartphone.