Panasonic Eluga is a lightweight Android smartphone, coming to Europe this spring

Panasonic Eluga is a lightweight Android smartphone, coming to Europe this spring
Back in December, we reported that Panasonic is mapping out a comeback on the smartphone market with a slim an sexy Android handset. However, the majority of its tech specs were not disclosed, and even the name, by which the smartphone was to be known, remained a mystery.

Well, today we finally have an update on the matter. Enter the Panasonic Eluga – a waterproof, dustproof Android smartphone meant to launch in Europe this spring. As far as specs are concerned, here is what we know so far: there will be a 4.3-inch OLED display with qHD resolution on the device's front, and it will tip the scales at the respectable 103 grams. NFC support is definitely in tow, and the ability to act as a remote control for Panasonic TVs is not out of the question.

Sadly, that is about it. No word as to what processor will make the device tick, nor what kind of camera it will be equipped with. But judging by its renders, it is likely to be quite a looker when it finally hits the shelves. What do you guys think?

source: Panasonic via SlashGear

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1. darac

Posts: 2156; Member since: Oct 17, 2011

i think it will be a truly high quality phone..but i also think it doesn't have camera flash -.-

2. JeffdaBeat unregistered

That's a pretty sexy phone. I'd like to see some of the technical details on it.

3. x7black7x

Posts: 118; Member since: Feb 19, 2012

am i the only one who thinks, it looks like lg prada 3.0 from behind

4. jackhammeR

Posts: 1548; Member since: Oct 17, 2011

where is led flash??

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