Panasonic expands its Eluga A Series smartphones with two new smartphones called Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro. Company signed in Taapsee Pannu as its brand ambassador in addition to Varun Dhawan.
Both of these smartphones have dimensions of 148.7 x 72.4 x 9.1 mm and weight of about 161 grams.They run on Android 7.0 Nougat OS and houses Fingerprint sensor.
They are equipped with 5.2-Inch IPS display with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution. It has Asahi Dragon Trail glass protection and supports multi-touch as well.
The Panasonic Eluga A3 gets processing power from 1.25GHz quad-core 64-bit MediaTek MT6737 processor with Mali-T720 GPU. It has 3GB RAM with 16GB internal storage and allows further expansion as well.
The Panasonic Eluga A3 Pro is powered by 1.3GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6753 processor, coupled with Mali-T720 GPU. It has 3GB RAM and 32GB on-board storage ROM. It also allows further expansion up to 128GB.
Both of these smartphones feature in 4000 mAh battery. They have an 8MP selfie camera and 13MP shooter at the back with LED Flash and PDAF.
They have Dual SIM slots and supports 4G VoLTE in India. Other connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth V4.0, MicroUSB V2.0, GPS, FM Radio, 3.5m Audio Jack
The Panasonic Eluga A3 price is set at Rs. 11,290 while the Eluga A3 Pro will cost Rs. 12,790. They come in Gray, Gold and Mocha Gold colors. These smartphones will be available at all Panasonic brand shops and other retail outlets across India starting today.
Manish Sharma, President & CEO, Panasonic India & South Asia, Vice President, Appliances Company and Executive Officer, Panasonic Corporation said:
We believe our in-house developed artificial intelligence (AI)-based virtual assistant—Arbo will be a differentiator. Today, software’s comprising of applications and user-interface (UI) have become the deciding factor to upgrade yourself to the next level of technology. The evolution of technology software has opened endless opportunities. Customers will continue to look for technology which will shape the product interface and the way we interact with our smartphones.