Panasonic launched a new handset in Eluga series called Mark 2. The Panasonic Eluga Mark 2 comes with finger print sensor, powered by MediaTek processor, supports 4G with VoLTE and carries a price tag of Rs. 10,499.

Panasonic Eluga Mark 2 will be available in Gold color option, handset is already listed on Flipkart with coming soon status, first sale will commence tomorrow. Mark 2 sails on Marshmallow 6.0 and houses the MediaTek 64 bit MT6753 octa core processor clocked at 1.3GHz with Mali T720 GPU.

This handset comes with a 5.5 inch 2.5D curved screen protected with Asahi dragon trail glass and playing around with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution. It is a dual SIM handset loaded with 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM and 128GB external SD card support.

Also included is a 13MP AF camera with an f/2.2 aperture on the back with flash and the front camera is 5MP resolution with a f/2.4 aperture. Panasonic Eluga Mark 2 is using a metal body and key features are 4G LTE, VoLTE, 3G, 2G, WiFi (2.4GHz), Finger Print sensor, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, FM radio and Infrared sensor.  There is a 3000 mAh non-removable battery.

Panasonic ELUGA Mark 2 launched in India

Panasonic Eluga Mark 2 Technical Specifications

CPU : MediaTek MT6753 octa core @ 1.3GHz + Mali T720 GPU
Screen : 5.5 inch IPS, 1280 x 720p resolution, 2.5D curved, Asahi Dragon Trail protection
Memory & Storage : 3GB RAM / 32GB ROM / 128GB Micro SD card
OS : Android 6.0
Camera : 13MP primary camera  – LED flash / 5MP secondary camera
Network : 4G LTE, VoLTE
Features : Finger Print Sensor, Infrared
Battery : 3000 mAh
SIM  : Dual SIM (Micro + Nano/Micro SD)

Panasonic Eluga Mark 2 will go on sale tonight on Flipkart for Rs. 10,499.

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  1. I agree the hardware is good in RN3 but the same hardware, Shamsung will not be able to provide or not even think of it in its dreams. Good move by a reputed brand like Panasonic. I used their mobiles in the year 2003. Their hardware is very good along with their software. Ek review to banta hi Gogi Ji.

  2. hd and FHD is not a matter for many , for a smaller 5.5 incher HD screen is sufficient .it has advantage of extended battery life smooth graphic performance than FHD .

  3. These are all for offline customers who don’t know the
    difference between hd and full hd….
    720p 1.3 ghz….MediaTek
    Is it right pricing ?

    Where is redmi note 3 … available easily now,
    even on offline.

    1. yeah But Red mi is a Chinese Phone while Panasonic is Japanese.. So i think for normal users Panasonic should be sufficient though its hardware is lower than Note 3… We should ban Chinese products and should use more Indian ones…. if Indian not possible then atleast other than chinese is also ok..
      1. Use Indian smartphones.(Micromax, Yureka, Xolo, Intex, karbonn, LAVA, LYF etc. )
      2. Use other brands (Panasonic, Sharp, Sony, Samsung, ASUS, HTC,)
      3. If not possible above then use (Moto but its now chinese as lenovo bought it.)
      4. Dont go for Chinese phones.

      1. Rohanji
        Your thoughts are great. But most of the models mentioned are manufactured in China only and imported here. But surprisingly some Mi products are coming with made in India label. As manufactured in foxcon Hyderabad plant.
        I don’t know whether is manufactured or assembled in India.

    2. Offline customer want Good display, Great camera, battery backup & after sale services. They don’t want 4gb ram to play temple run.