The Panasonic Eluga C flaunts a 3-side bezel-less design similar to Sharp’s Aquos phones and Xiaomi’s Mi Mix. It is not a flagship though, instead it aims for the lower segments with a price (in Taiwan) of TWD 6,000 ($200 / €170).
The phone has a 5.5” screen with a screen to body ratio of 84.6%. The resolution isn’t great – 720p – but the brightness is pretty good – 450 nits. Below the screen is a fingerprint reader (0.3s unlock time) and an 8MP selfie camera.
Around the back there’s a dual 13MP + 5MP camera. Both it and the front camera use f/2.2 lenses. The MediaTek MT6750T chipset limits the video capture to 1080p/30 (it’s a relatively old 28nm chip).
The memory situation is better – 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. There’s a microSD slot if you need more, though it's unclear if the dual-SIM slot has a dedicated spot for it or you get to pick between more storage and second SIM.
Anyway, the Panasonic Eluga C has a 3,000mAh battery and comes with a slow-ish 7.5W charger. It is currently on pre-order in case you are interested.
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We will see how "bezel-less" this bezel-less-design will be ... like VKWorld Mix and Doogee Mix ... or like real bezel-less!
Yes but this one has the specs of VKWorld Mix with 100 euro bigger price :D Just cause of a Panasonics brand ? Peugeot and Citroen have same cars most of the times for sale and have mostly only badge change and price change but the price for...
Doogee Mix cheaper.