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Expanding its “Eluga” series with “Big View” display, Panasonic on Wednesday launched “Ray 530” smartphone for Rs 8,999 in India.

The dual-SIM smartphone comes with a 5.7-inch HD+ display, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage and face unlock feature.


The device also comes with Panasonic’s trademark Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled assistant — Arbo Hub.


The dual-SIM smartphone comes with a 5.7-inch HD+ display, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage and face unlock feature. (IANS)

“The ‘Eluga Ray 530’ is a performance powerhouse that offers exceptional features such as high definition display, stylish looks, and the AI – Arbo Hub – our one stop app to make life easier,” said Pankaj Rana, Business Head, Mobility Division, Panasonic India.

Running on Android Oreo 8.0, powered by 1.3 GHz Quad-Core Processor and 3000 mAh battery, the device features a 13MP rear camera with auto focus (AF) and a 5MP selfie shooter with flash.

Also Read- Apple Gets A Second Patent For Its Fold-able Phone

“Eluga Ray 530” is available for purchase in black and blue colour variants on various online platforms. (IANS)


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