Preorders for the Panasonic ELUGA Power are now a go in the UK

Preorders for the Panasonic ELUGA Power are now a go in the UK
After having the opportunity of checking out the recently announced Panasonic ELUGA Power at MWC, we have to say that we’re intrigued by larger than normal smartphone, especially when it’s also waterproof to some extent. However, it was unknown as to how much this beauty would cost, but it seems as though we’re getting some really good insights to it now.

Specifically, if you happen to live in the UK, you’ll be glad to find out that preorders for the Panasonic ELUGA power are now made available to the masses. For those dearly interested in snatching this one, you’ll need to fork over an equally hefty $764 (£478.80 after VAT) to get in with a pre-order. Indeed, that’s one tough price to swallow, but if you sorely want to be the first on your block to show it off, that’s the damage you’re going to need to endure in the near term.

Interestingly enough, aside from finding out its pricing, we’re also treated to an anticipated arrival time frame of “late April.” Well, that’s not too terrible considering it’s merely less than two months from now – so the wait isn’t going to be all that bad. Needless to say, the news about its arrival is pretty darn good considering it’s packing some admirable specs along for the ride. Furthermore, it’s pretty much unlikely to find this one landing stateside any time soon, therefore, the only option for the foreseeable future is to import one.

source: Clove UK via Android Central

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ELUGA power
  • Display 5.0 inches
    1280 x 720 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera)
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus, 1GB RAM
  • Storage 8GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 1800 mAh
  • OS Android 4.0


1 Comment

1. ryq24

Posts: 876; Member since: Oct 17, 2011

this phone will flop with that price. japanese goods are just too expensive something the koreans and the chinese are taking advantage of by coming out with cheaper alternative although quality is still questionable especially chinese brand.

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