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Panasonic Eluga is now available throughout Europe

19 April, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
Panasonic Eluga is now available throughout Europe - read the full textIts been quite a while since we last saw Panasonic phones on the European market. Recently though, Panasonic announced the Eluga and Eluga Power droids, which come with IP57 certification for dust and water resistance. The good news is the Eluga is already available in silver and black colors....


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8GB non expandable memory ... If is not a typo that thing is gonna kill his future. I mean look at the newest cameraphones without expandable memory.
Xperia S: shameless video bitrate for a cameraphone.
HTC One X: shameless video bitrate for a cameraphone.
HTC Titan/Titan II/Sensation XL overall poor camera results not on par with the expectations.
Nokia N9/Lumia 800: Photo/Video results not on par with the expectations.

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  • 2012-04-19 19:55
  • 0C1V

should be priced at max 300 Euros to pe competitive and sell. 500E wtf?? I'l buy without contract with maximum 300 euro..

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  • 2012-04-19 19:52
  • nDVW

why on earth would i get this for £480 when the onex is there for about same price? what a joke. Get real Panasonic you are a year behind drop the price. Went into the shop to check out the one x and de screen was so good i couldnt tell the dummy from de real one lol

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  • 2012-04-19 19:51
  • mxKa

To say the truth panasonic u dont belong in this sector,i think u shld deal in electronics where ur gud at...even us in east africa we wont buy such scrap....u shld think twice be4 u do..joke of the year.

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  • 2012-04-19 19:49
  • fna4

There is something else to add to my previous comment. Phone is already on sale throughout Europe, but still there is no any comprehensive written review or detailed unpacking/review video on youtube. It seems reviewers/journalists didn't get device for testing yet or I would suspect that many of them are not even very interested in obtaining it... All we can find on internet - just so called hands-on "reviews", recorded back in February 2012 at MWC... Just a few people in each country heard about this phone. Dear Panasonic guys, I'm sorry to say it but mobile devices business doesn't work this way... If nothing changes shortly, I would suggest to be prepared for heavy discounts to clean up inventory from unsold devices...

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  • 2012-04-19 19:42
  • g8kQ

This phone has only one problem for me, i.e. battery life is way too low for a high end phone. But I can see its USP, Low price comparably, dust and water resistant. I am however not compromising on battery life. Sorry Panasonic, you've fumbled the ball...FOUL BALL!

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  • 2012-04-19 19:24
  • Ns9v

Return just to lose!

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  • 2012-04-19 19:18
  • j019

Are you crazy panasonic? No one would buy your phone. 8Gb non-expandable storage, no flash, poor battery..with the price more than 400Euro. This is the biggest joke of the year!

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  • 2012-04-19 19:14
  • j019

No sane person would buy such peace of ****.
I wouldn't use it even if i could get it for free.

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  • 2012-04-19 18:04
  • 0BGT

I'm ready to pay something below 290 Euro. This is the max. for the phone with so many limitations. That limitations? Like previously said: no SD card slot, no front camera, no led flash (torch), no radio, extremely poor battery and so on. Panasonic had enough time to fix at least some of the mentioned issues, but failed to do that. Phone looks nice but from the point of everyday use it is just a very poor device. In my opinion, Panasonic just doesn't understand mobile phones market. Otherwise they would not release such a "disabled" device.

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  • 2012-04-19 17:48
  • g8kQ

1150mah battery on a 4.3' screen? 8gb storage non expandable? 440? joke of the year?

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  • 2012-04-19 17:44
  • 3IUe

FFS when are they gonna sell phones with bigger battery

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  • 2012-04-19 17:33
  • pi4v

Very interesting, if only it had an HD screen...

I'd rather they released Eluga Power first but if the marketing is good they can attract some user to it too.

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  • 2012-04-19 17:32
  • 0wZB

Panasonic. Hmmm... it's been long time.

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  • 2012-04-19 17:22
  • kWMZ

It's a Panasonice, nuff said.

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  • 2012-04-19 17:21
  • gID6

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