Panasonic P85 Review – slow processing but excellent battery life

The Panasonic P85 is a quad core powered handset with 4G LTE and VoLTE support. This handset is priced at Rs. 6,499. This Panasonic P85 review will give you an idea about the handset features, performance, camera quality and if it is worth the price.

To sum up, the only best thing about the Panasonic P85 is the battery capacity and performance. There is a 4000 mAh non-removable battery and it gives excellent battery life, thanks to the under-performing hardware.

Apart from this there is nothing exciting about this handset, it should have done great had it been priced at Rs. 4,999. Anyway you can check the details below and it will give you a good idea about the performance.

Panasonic P85 box pack

Panasonic P85 Review

Inside the box :  (unboxing) Handset, data cable, user manual, warranty card, earphone and travel charger 5V/2A
Body : Metallic finishing  – very good build, curvy design
SIM Type : Hybrid – Micro  + nano / Micro SD
Weight and Dimensions : 147 Grams
Screen  :  5 inches, IPS, supporting 1280 x 720 pixels resolution, display quality is good
Connectivity :  4G, VoLTE (work on both SIM), WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth
Sensors : Accelerometer, Proximity, Light
LED Notification : No
RAM : 2GB
ROM : 16GB
Micro SD : 64GB MAX
OS : Android Marshmallow 6.0

Panasonic P85 review

Panasonic P85 Performance

CPU :  MediaTek quad core @ 1GHz MT6735P
GPU :  Mali T720
Heating : Normal
Max Battery Temperature : 38 degrees

Panasonic P85 screen

Overall performance was slow, you can feel  it when opening apps, etc.

Panasonic P85 back panel

Panasonic P85 Benchmark

Antutu : 23454 / 1986
NenaMark2 : 51.4 fps
Multi Touch : 5 points
Disk Speed : 38 MB/s read  and 28 MB/s write

Panasonic P85 design and quality

Panasonic P85 Gaming Review

I played Asphalt 8 it was lagging in high quality mode and in low quality mode the game play was smooth and playable. The hardware as you can see from benchmark scores is not that powerful for gaming.

Panasonic P85 power button, audio jack

Panasonic P85 Camera  Review

Rear Camera : 8MP with LED flash
Front Camera : 5MP Fixed Focus
Video Recording : Max HD – 1280 x 720p

Overall camera quality is average. This handset can shoot HD videos and the video quality is pretty good.

Camera Rating : 3.5 out of 5

Panasonic P85 rear and front camera sample

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Other features

Sound was low compared with other handsets in general, no issues using Reliance Jio, incall sound was good. There is no finger print sensor on this handset.

Panasonic P85 volume button and micro USB port

Panasonic P85 Battery Review

Battery capacity : 4000 mAh
Charging Time : 3 hours using travel charger provided
Battery Life : 10 to 16 hours non-stop (moderate to heavy)
Daily usage battery life : 2 to 3 day with moderate mixed usage

Battery Test Results

Battery Temp at idle : 34 degrees
Running Benchmark app :
 11 minutes / 2% / 35 degrees
Asphalt 8  game play : 39 minutes / 4% / 38 degrees
HD video playback with full brightness (WiFi /4G on) :  18 minutes / 1% / 38 degrees

Panasonic P85 SIM slot

Verdict

A not so powerful handset with excellent battery life all thanks to the low powered quad core processor. For users who are not much into gaming and use the phone just for browsing, phone calls and to connect on social networks, they will find the battery life really amazing.

This is a okay handset and better options are available, would have been great if the handset was priced at Rs. 4,999.

Rating : 3.5 out of 5

Panasonic P85 is available for Rs. 6,499.

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