Panasonic Eluga I2. The Eluga I has three devices. We already saw the Eluga I and the truth is that it got a good grade within the mid-range. The second model raises the note slightly.
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One of the first improvements is in the operating system. It’s still Android, of course, but the next version to the one installed on the first device. Android 5.1 Lollipop manages and coordinates the hardware with smoothness and smoothness.
The cameras are identical to the original device. The main 8 MP with image capture and video in Full HD at 1080p. And the front with 2 MP resolution for little more than selfies and some video call. The RAM and storage are also identical: 1 GB and 8 GB respectively. The two are somewhat short for our taste but within the mid range are up to scratch.
The processor also has not undergone changes although the one of this version is something slower than the one of the original one. Usually it is the other way around but the guys of Panasonic have decided to remove 0.3 GHz of speed to these four nuclei. The good news is that the 2,000 mAh battery will last a little longer. Of course the loss of performance will not make many users happy. Already in the background processes would “stall” a little … with this clipping something more.
As it could not miss, it has Dual Sim capacity to make use of two different mobile numbers and also we can expand the storage using microSD up to 32 GB.
All this is very good but the Eluga have not yet left “home” and still do not see this side of the world. To get one is quite complicated and get it with the system in Castilian … much more.