Panasonic Eluga Icon 2. A big screen like its predecessor and an interior that we do not understand at all since it is below in most of the key points.
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The 5.5 “IPS is still HD and has a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels to enjoy detailed images and brightness in everyday life. This is what little has in common with the Eluga Icon we saw less than The remaining specifications do not exceed the first device in the series.
From its processor it has four cores instead of eight. This time it is a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and not MediaTeK but still, we are losing half of cores, which we will notice when we want to move heavy applications. The RAM and the “ROM” remain the same as they were. 2 GB for the first and 16 GB for the second. The system will move smoothly and background processes will not be a problem. The OS is Android Lollipop that allows us to enjoy more than 10 GB of storage for our free will. It has microSD slot in case we want to expand the space.
The front camera low to 5 MP instead of 8 MP. The rear maintains its resolution at 13 MP and allows us to capture video in Full HD. The battery lowers to 3000 mAh but it continues giving us very good autonomy so this will not be a problem.
Like the rest of Panasonic smartphones, it has Dual Sim capability and we can connect peripherals thanks to its OTG USB port. This allows us, for example, to use a pendrive to transfer files without having to use a PC.
A good device but lowering the level of a series aimed at the elite range.