Panasonic P75 with 5000 mAh Battery Available in India for Less than Rs. 6,000

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Panasonic just launched what might be their most ambitious smartphone yet and it’s not even a high-end smartphone. It’s a budget phone with a top of the line battery capacity. Let’s take a closer look at the specifications on the new Panasonic P75.

Specifications – Panasonic P75

Panasonic P 75 comes with a 5 inch IPS display that has a screen resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. There is a 1.3 GHz quad Core processor and a 1 GB RAM, which maybe just enough to keep you interested. The internal storage on the phone is 8 GB. This can be expanded up to 32 GB using a Micro SD card slot. Considering the fact that some other brands are offering 16 GB of internal storage or more in the budget phone category, this may not seem like the best internal storage on offer.

The primary camera on the phone is an 8 megapixel unit while the secondary camera is a 5 megapixel unit. The camera supports dual LED flash and autofocus. The fact that the Panasonic P75 will cost less Rs. 6,000 makes this camera configuration seem like a good configuration after all.

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This is a dual sim phone which supports 3G connectivity. This may come as a bit of a surprise to smartphone users and pundits alike because in 2016 we have come to expect almost every smart phone to support 4G connectivity, irrespective of which price segment the product falls in. In fact Intex Technologies has been launching 4G enabled smartphones, such as the Intex Cloud Glory 4G, that cost way less than the new Panasonic P75.

The phone weighs 157 grams. Some would argue that for a 5 inch smartphone that is slightly on the higher side, but there is no reason for that. And the reason is a staggering 5000 mAh battery, which was previously unheard of in this segment. Only Gionee has previously launched smartphones with 5000 mAh batteries, but their phones were in the mid range price segment.

This phone is powered by the Android 5.1 Lollipop OS. While this is not a criticism of Panasonic, smartphone brands in 2016 must realize that they have to adopt the latest version of the Android OS as soon as it is available. A number of other brands have already adopted the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS, so there is no reason why Panasonic shouldn’t be doing the same.

Panasonic P75

This product differentiates Panasonic from other smartphones out there today

This is an age of cut-throat technology and competition and while some may not agree that smartphone brands a out to get each other, one only has to look closely to realise that this is indeed the case. In order to stand out from the crowd every smartphone brand needs to have a USP for each of its products. If your product is not unique in some form then it will struggle to garner enough customer attention, which may ultimately lead to a failed product.

By launching a battery that boasts of 5000 mAh capacity Panasonic has recognized the very basic need of an Indian smartphone customer. In developing markets like India, customers prefer products which are either within their budget or offer value for money features. Needless to say that in the new Panasonic P75 the company has found a winner, at least on paper. The sales will determine whether the product actually managed to capture the imagination of the Indian smartphone consumer.

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