Panasonic Eluga I. The first of the family Eluga I and with many options to become the smartphone of a lot of user. The following models, which will soon rise, improve it, obviously, but still still have spark.
Download the Manual and User Guide of Panasonic Eluga I
The worst thing about Panasonic smartphones is the difficulty to find them. Outside of India have not yet propagated much and although Amazon appear quite available models, in all puts “Not Available”. We can find landlines, remote controls, televisions, reflex cameras and digital cameras but we will not find a smartphone available. In fact, if you find any, we would appreciate it if you let us know. It could be the start of sales in Europe.
Leaving aside the availability of Panasonic smartphones, the Eluga I today remains a very valid smartphone. The design is quite careful with curved display and a very comfortable grip. Its 5 “screen detects usable movements to make it easier to use and the 8 MP camera captures video in Full HD with LED flash so everything looks perfect.
Inside we will not find the latest Qualcomm but we do not need it either. Remember, higher performance means higher battery consumption. The Eluga I has a quad-core 1.3 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. It is not crazy but defends quite well in most functions. It also has microSD up to 32 GB to store all the photos and videos you want.
The battery has a capacity of 2.000 mAh that will be short in the longest days and very short in the “longest nights”. Except for these two cases, we will have no serious problem with it.
Contrary to the user manual. Not propagating around the world seems to have forgotten to publish the manuals of almost all their smartphones. Let’s hope they change their minds soon enough.