Following yesterday’s launch, a new juicier device may be shown.
Japanese giant Panasonic is planning its return to the European market with a few high-end Android devices. Yesterday the company launched a first device, Panasonic Eluga, a 4.3-inch qHD Android smartphone with dual-core 1GHz OMAP CPU, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, 8Mpx camera, NFC and dust and water resistance, all in a super-thin 7.8mm chassis. But it seems there will be more to see at the MWC booth.
In fact, according to Pocket-Lint, Panasonic is going to bring to Barcelona another smartphone with quite appealing specifications. This new and yet un-named handset will feature a larger display with a new Panasonic-designed technology, front-facing camera, a dual-core processor clocked at a faster speed than the Eluga, and a rear camera enhanced by the company’s Lumix technology.
Furthermore, the same source says that Panasonic is going to launch a consumer-oriented tablet different than the existing Toughbook later this year.
We look forward to all the news and we’ll keep you posted live from Barcelona.