The A3 and A3 Plus are the company's latest budget smartphones designed for the Indian market and they share the majority of their specs. The most major difference is that while the A3 runs on a MediaTek MT6737 with 1.25GHz quad-core CPU, the A3 Pro has a 1.3GHz octa-core processor on a MediaTek MT6753 chipset.
Both phones have a 5.2-inch 720p display covered by Asahi Dragontrail glass. They have 3GB of RAM each but while the A3 has 16GB storage, the A3 Pro has 32GB.
The duo has 13 megapixel cameras on the back with phase detection autofocus and 8MP front-facers. Both phones have large 4,000mAh batteries and dual SIM functionality.
The phones run on Android 7.0 Nougat and come with ARBO, Panasonic's virtual assistant.
The Eluga A3 is priced at INR 11,290 ($176) and the Eluga A3 Pro at INR 12,790 ($199). The phones are available across retail outlets in India.
Make it a 4.7", a decent Snapdragon, in black, then we have a winner!
Have not heard of thus brand, plus only on paper specs looks great... But within time lags, and no updates with low performance/quality! Hehe
Nice cell phone Panasonic, you company makes great TVs also!