It's no surprise that Panasonic is currently looking to launch its premium range of phones into Indian handset market. The latest one being the Eluga range of smart phones, which were originally discontinued in Europe back in 2012, is now set to be released in India.
Although, as expected, there are no details available when Panasonic plans to showcase the range of smartphones India. But going by the fact that these posters are getting hotter everyday, the release shouldn't be a long wait.
Starting today, the company is again teasing the new series with a new tag line "Everything is designed. Few things are designed well" (which is a step up from the previous "Elegance for a new generation").
And although the teaser poster isn't really enough to educate you what the company is planning to bring to the market exactly, but it does make a statement of its own by indicating that the new releases will look to fight it out with the major players in the market.
The Panasonic Eluga, going by the European standards, arrived with a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display, a dual-core processor, 4GB of on-board storage, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera without an LED Flash, Android Gingerbread OS, and a mere 1150mAh battery.
Moreover, it was released with water proof and dust resistant capabilities. Unfortunately, the handset didn't have enough to place it among the elites in Europe.
More on this is expected to develop in the upcoming months. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.