Panasonic today launched a new handset called the Panasonic P75 with a price tag of Rs. 5,990. Key highlight is that this handset is powered by quad core processor with 3G support and comes with a 5000 mAh battery.

Panasonic P75 features and specifications

As mentioned the p75 is powered by quad core processor clocked at 1.3GHz (chipset unknown). It is running Android Lollipop version 5.1 out of the box over a 5 inch IPS screen with 1280 x 720p (HD) resolution. There is 1GB built in RAM and 8GB ROM (storage). Users can use Micro SD card of up to 32GB.

Handset weight with 5000 mAh battery is 157 grams and thickness is 9.65mm . On the back you will find an 8MP auto focus camera with LED flash support and on the front there is a fixed focus camera of 5MP resolution.

Panasonic P75 3G smartphone launched in India

This dual SIM handset supports 3G, 2G, GPS, WiFi (b/g/n) and Bluetooth 4.0.

Panasonic P75 will be available in Sand Black and Champagne Gold color options, price in India is Rs. 5,990.

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  1. These days ,people expect all phones above Rs 4000/- to have 4G. connectivity and above Rs 5000/ to have 2GB of RAM. This phone fails to tick the boxes.It would be a big hit in other developing countries where there is no 4G/poor connectivity

    1. Not everyone expects that you cannot have each & everything at once, there’s a reason why mid range phones are there.

      1. My apologies! intelligent and tech savvy people expect such .
        A number of 4G enabled sets,under Rs 5000/- are available in the market with similar hardware configuration.

        1. They can buy handsets with those specifications. Nobody is forcing anyone to buy. Please give some examples under 5k with better specs and some brand value too.

          1. i think that quite a few die hard supporters of Panasonic have misinterpreted my comments and taken it to their heart.I have nothing personal against Panasonic or any other brand but when better technology sets is available at similar or lower prices , we should all share the same..Google search would provide you with a list of good number of such sets.
            You would be quite surprised to know that Intex cloud glory 4g with android 6 marshmallow is available for Rs 3999/-i am mentioning you this as this piece of information was not discussed in our beloved(gogi.in) forum.
            Any ways,the point is that i use and rather we should all use this forum to share the latest and the best available technologies from the point of view of consumers. .
            whether or not, we use 3g or 4g , it is immaterial but we should prefer 4g enabled sets (at same price level ) as it is the more advanced than 3g and all big companies like IDEA,Airtel,DOCOMO charge the same for 3g and 4g packs.

            i hope the unnecessary controversy ends here and we use this forum to discuss and share the best available options to our fellow forum users.
            thanks

    2. Not everyone thinks or expects as you wants the way…..in india its still tough to get a 3g pack for a huge mejority of people….for few people 1gb ram is enugh to have…

      1. sir,By and large,the costs of 3g and 4g packs of the big service providers are the same. So, why would one settle for less.???

  2. These days ,people expect all phones above Rs 4000/- to have 4G. connectivity and above Rs 5000/ to have 2GB of RAM. This phone fails to tick the boxes.It would be a big hit in other developing countries where there is no 4G/poor connectivity.

  3. Good battery with decent price. Only 4g is missing. If its with 4g it would have been surely a hit

  4. Good Handset with a reasonable price tag, a good valued choice for new users.

  5. Now no need to buy powerbank. Panasonic has done something different and worth the price, the weight is surprisingly low with such big battery, they can also bring 2GB RAM with 4G…for 7k will be great.

    1. Nah..battery backup will no to be great as asus zenfone max 2015 edition. 1.3 mtk is not as power efficient as sd 410

      1. yes mandal ji you are right but 5000 Rs matters. We may expect approx 10 or 20% lower. For normal usage MTK Q core and 1 GB ram is sufficient. As far as the 4G is concerned, if yoy get good 3G speed it rarely demands the 4G. It is upto telecom companies to be fare with 2G and 3G speeds.