Panasonic’s T41 handset is a bit of a premiere, since it’s the first KitKat-powered smartphone, that went on sale for merely $124. This device is available via major retail stores in India and its debut was co-authored by Mumbai company Mahesh Telecom.



This model packs a 4.5 inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels, while its CPU is a 1.3 GHz ticker with 4 cores, paired with 512 MB of RAM. We also get 4 GB of storage inside, a microSD card slot with support for an extra 32 GB and a main 5 megapixel camera at the back, with LED flash. Upfront we’ve got a VGA shooter and on the connectivity side there’s 3G, WiFi, WiFi Direct, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS.

This is a dual SIM model and the Panasonic T41 has a 1650 mAh battery, plus a few special software tweaks. Those include Gesture Play, Pop-I Mode and Drag-n-Play modes. The device is offered with $160 worth of freebies, including digital magazine subscriptions from India Today for 3 months and music and videos worth around $20 from Hungama, Evernote premium services and Readwhere content.


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