Panasonic launched a new handset also their first handset to come with a full view display i.e. with 18:9 aspect ratio. Presenting the Panasonic Eluga I7 that is powered by MediaTek processor, sports a 5.45 inch screen with HD+ resolution, packed with a good 4000 mAh battery and its price in India is Rs. 6,499.

Panasonic Eluga I7 features and Specifications

The I7 is quad core powered, using MediaTek MT6737 quad core processor, coupled with Mali T720 GPU. Screen is 5.45 inches with 2.5D curved glass and supporting 1440 x 720 pixels resolution. Android Nougat runs out of the box with 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM and 128GB micro SD card support.

On the back there is a 8MP AF camera with LED flash and front camera is 8MP also comes with front LED flash support. Panasonic Eluga I7 weight is 168 grams with 4000 mAh non-removable battery. Other features are 4G, VoLTE, GPS, Bluetooth 4.1 and Wi-Fi.

Panasonic Eluga I7

Panasonic Eluga I7 is listed on Flipkart for Rs. 6,499, it will be available from 24th April in Gold, Black and Blue color options.

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  1. its good that panasonic is not following the stupid trend of hybrid slot. I am not considering many good handsets just because of hybrid sim slot.

  2. if they reduce the price byRs 1000/- , it would be a smash hit esp in the offline mkt

  3. its good that panasonic is not following the stupid trend of hybrid slot. I am not considering many good handsets just because of hybrid sim slot.

  4. Until the Day panasonic moves away from MTK 6737(4 year old chipset) ..they will never succeed like samsung or sony or LG..

    They dont even have 1 snapdragon mobile i believe..nor do they use high end mediatek like x27 or p30..
    What a waste of brand reputation…

  5. if they reduce the price byRs 1000/- , it would be a smash hit esp in the offline mkt

  6. Until the Day panasonic moves away from MTK 6737(4 year old chipset) ..they will never succeed like samsung or sony or LG..

    They dont even have 1 snapdragon mobile i believe..nor do they use high end mediatek like x27 or p30..
    What a waste of brand reputation…