Panasonic Eluga I4 is the name of the new phone Panasonic announced today in India. It is a direct successor to the Eluga I3 and comes with 4G VoLTE support. It runs on MediaTek chipset and Android Nougat and has low-end specs and an affordable price tag.
The screen of the Eluga I4 is 5” with HD resolution and 2.5D curved glass on top. Underneath, an MT6737 chipset features a quad-core CPU and the Mali-T720 GPU.
Panasonic equipped the new phone with 16 GB internal storage, and there is also a microSD slot for 128 GB more. RAM is 2 gigs.
An 8 MP camera with quad-LED flash sits on top of the back panel, while the front one has a fingerprint scanner that doubles as a home button. The selfie cam is 5 MP. The whole package is powered by a 3000 mAh battery.
The Panasonic Eluga I4 is offered in either Blue, Black or Gold. The price is INR8,290 which is about $125. It can be purchased at Panasonic shops or various online and offline retailers across India.
125$ very cheap.
Elephant + Beluga = Eluga!
As long as you guys are buying mew phones every 1 or 2 years, you get what you deserve. I dont see any difference in current slab phones except speed and camera. Most of your 80pc work gets done by a 150$/8000 ₹ phone. Iam in my third phone...