Superb, The other model is also very fine. Who knows standards of quality and long long durability of this brand, must be very please to see it again in market. Real glad to see pana, welcome back.
Sooo. . . Basically it's a Motorola RAZR in different wrapping and the CPU clocked DOWN, NO gorilla glass and the battery (1150mAh) is really for a feature phone???
IP57 does not help when you can get IP67 androids with usable batteries.
I just wish this has more than 8GB of storage, since it is non-expandable... these days the minimum standard for non-expandable storage is 16GB, 32GB if it's a high-end flagship device.
Take a look at Eluga Power - this will be a beast device and it's going to be released shortly!
Nothing but overpriced phone with no sd slot. No thanks panasonic, i'll go for a better phone available at a lower price.
panasonic if you are serious in your return in the world arena of smartphone, you should launch a competitive smartphone that this scrap.
Who do you think will buy this one.?
I'm WAITING for the Lumix smartphone from you guys.
It looks decent, and the price is definitely decent. Let's see how they come up with the marketing.
Is not possible to be more expensive or the same price than Galaxy S II.
I want to buy it if Eluga reach 2/3 the price of S II and if GSM Arena would test it. I would like to know a detail about the quality of glass that covers it, how resistant it is to scratch?
I completely agree - while it is slick looking, small, thin and waterproof - the insides of the phone along with listed limitations dictates much,much lower price than this. 300 EUR souhld be completely enough and if Panasonic listens - don`t overprice your phones; you are entering VERY competitive market and you will not lure new users (including me) with such high prices - sorry!
ELuga power is interesting to me but I will go for competitve Samsung in a blink of an eye for such prices!