Panasonic’s First 64 Bit Phone, Eluga U2 Gets Detailed and Pictured
Panasonic always brings a new Eluga series handset to MWC and this year will be no different. However, this time we get to know the device prior to the event, thanks to the series of shots and details below.
We’re dealing with a 5 inch IPS display unit, with 720p resolution and LTE connectivity on board. This model stands out as both the first 64 bit Panasonic phone and its first Lollipop machine. The device is said to be quite affordable and it was released this week in Taiwan, with a price tag of $254. It runs Lollipop out of the box, based on a quad core Snapdragon 410 CPU.
Other features include a main 13 MP camera, a 5 MP selfie shooter and 2 GB of RAM, plus 16 GB of storage. The U2 also brings a case with a 7.95 mm waistline, which is quite fine and it weighs 131 grams. Plus, it packs a 2500 mAh battery and seems to have a pretty appealing design.
via Phone Arena