Panasonic Eluga A3 Pro. The Eluga series continues to earn points thanks to new smartphones such as the Panasonic Eluga Pulse X and the improvements that already have a good reputation. Like the Eluga A3.
Download the Manual and User Guide of Panasonic Eluga A3 Pro
Truth be told, the differences between the Eluga A3 and this Pro version are quite slim and does not cause the balance to move excessively. The user who looks for some more internal storage will be satisfied, since it doubles the amount of the original with its 32 GB. The performance has a slight increase with the eight-core MediaTeK MT6753 processor too but running at 1.3 GHz instead of 1.25 GHz. Nothing that we will notice in any application or game.
The rest of the device is completely equal to the Eluga A3 that you can see in this link: Manual Panasonic Eluga A3. The design and dimensions are identical with a thickness of 9.1 millimeters that do not do anything special, although its design is elegant due to the absence of a frame between the edge and the screen. It has a size of 5.2 “and HD resolution so that images and videos enjoy good quality.
The main and front camera stay exactly the same with 13 MP for the first and 8 MP for the second. It really is one of its strengths since the brand has great experience in the world of digital image capture. Your professional cameras are the best guarantee to obtain the highest quality results.
The autonomy is more than covered thanks to its battery of 4,000 mAh and the modest performance that does not make abusive use of energy. For our liking, NFC connectivity is lacking, which is becoming a bit more necessary every day (if you still do not use it in your day-to-day life, you are missing out on a very, very useful technology). Otherwise it is a good smartphone but maybe there are better options for that price.