Panasonic launched a new Eluga series phone in India, the Panasonic Eluga Arc2 handset, priced at just $184. This model has a 2.5D display panel and it’s pictured below.



There’s also a metal chassis here and this device is not bad looking. Curved 2.5D glass is also present at the back and and has double the storage of the Eluga Arc and a slightly larger screen and more RAM. Available in gold and rose gold, this smartphone integrates a 5 inch HD screen, with Asahi Dragontrail glass for the sake of protection, both front and back.

Eluga Arc2 has a quad core MediaTek MT6735 processor, clocked at 1.3 GHz, together with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, expandable by up to 128 GB. At the back there’s only an 8 MP camera with LED flash, while at the front there’s a 5 MP shooter. A 2450 mAh battery and VoLTE, as well as 4G LTE round up the list. USB OTG is another feature worthy of mentioning and the OS is Android 6.0.1

Shocked to see there’s no finger scanner.


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