Great battery 5000mah battery but cheap mediatek MT6735 and with no fingerprint sensor and far Rs8499 it would be lot better if they could add fingerprint scanner and put the price far Rs 6999
Simon, 17 Jul 2017Unfortunately this is just Panasonic branded. I miss the days of their (and Sharp's) greatness... moreJapanese companies suck now, they only know how to make decent gaming consoles and games lol
Another crap phone with low-end specs and killer battery.
Mediatek isn't enticing. But the 5000 mAh battery and the stock-looking Android is pretty good.
Simon, 17 Jul 2017Unfortunately this is just Panasonic branded. I miss the days of their (and Sharp's) greatness... more I was researching a particular Sharp TV. Upon reading some reviews of the model, I learned that Hisense owns Sharp in this country, makes the TV, and brands it Sharp.
Unfortunately this is just Panasonic branded. I miss the days of their (and Sharp's) greatness, when they would make actually cutting edge phones on their own. Back in the days they were sooo far ahead of what the western or other asian companies could offer.
Sathish, 17 Jul 2017Panasonic is generally good company in consumer electronics products. But with smartphones, th... morePanasonic's Arbo Assistant like slow motions, it should be faster and semi transparent.
Why not skip the 5.5 display direct go to 6.0 display size. The 6.0 inch is just the perfect size for big phone.
Given Stock Android Nougat, it could directly compete with Moto E4 plus with 15% lesser price advantage.
Innov, 17 Jul 2017hopefully will lunch globally, a few years ago I get panasonic laptop, it was lighter than oth... morePanasonic is generally good company in consumer electronics products. But with smartphones, they outsource them to Chinese OEM's where the reputation is easily lost when they strive to give customers bang for money products.
Panasonic is not even exists in upper range markets still. Panasonic is not actually Panasonic when it comes to smartphones.
1. Panasonic should stop hawking Chinese hardware (especially processors and chipsets) in India.
2. High time manufacturers move to AMOLED screen panels.
3. USB type C connector with fast charging needs to be a norm.
Above factors are a necessity today, even Nokia seems to be flouting these, even in Nokia-6. Sad.
hopefully will lunch globally, a few years ago I get panasonic laptop, it was lighter than others.
Japan has many great products like fujitsu arrows as the first smartphone with iris sensors but sell in Japan only