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Panasonic P95 Smartphone Launched in India

Expanding its budget series, Panasonic India on Monday launched "P95" in India for Rs 3,999

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Panasonic P95 smartphone launched in India at Rs 3,999. IANS
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Expanding its budget series, Panasonic India on Monday launched “P95” in India for Rs 3,999.

Powered by 1.3 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the smartphone comes with 1GB RAM and 16GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 128GB using a microSD card.

“The new ‘P95’ is a combination of superior design and performance. Also, the price point at which it is available, we are confident that it will be a success with the millennials, without being heavy on their pockets,” Pankaj Rana, Business Head – Mobility Division, Panasonic India, said in a statement.

The device draws power from a 2,300 mAh battery and runs on Android Nougat 7.1.2 operating system (OS).

Also Read: Panasonic online-exclusive smartphones now at retail stores

Panasonic “P95” comes with 8MP rear camera with LED flash and a 5MP front camera.

There is a “Zero Shutter Lag” feature that lets users capture every moment without a delay. (IANS)

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Panasonic online-exclusive smartphones now at retail stores

ElugaI9, Eluga Ray 700 and P100 have been well received in the online space and we believe this trend will continue in the offline space as well

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Panasonic P95 smartphone launched in India at Rs 3,999
Panasonic P95 smartphone launched in India at Rs 3,999. IANS
  • Panasonic releases its online exclusive phones in retail stores
  • The smartphones are well received online
  • The company is hopeful of this move

Panasonic India on Monday made available its hitherto online-exclusive smartphones — including the recently-launched P-100 (2GB variant) — across leading retail outlets in the country.

Panasonic's online sales were a success. Wikimedia Commons
Panasonic’s online sales were a success. Wikimedia Commons

ElugaI9, Ray 500 and Ray 700 devices which were available only on Flipkart can now be purchased offline. Eluga I9 is priced at Rs 7,799, Eluga Ray 700 for Rs 10,499 and P100 (2GB variant) for Rs 6,299, the company said in a statement. In December, the company has made available dual-camera device Eluga Ray 500 for Rs 8,999 at retail outlets.

“Responding to the overwhelming response we received from our customers after making our first dual-camera phone, Eluga Ray 500, available through leading retail outlets, we have made a strategic move of increasing the presence of our online portfolio across the offline channel,” said Pankaj Rana, Business Head-Mobility Division.

Also Read: Apple planning to cut cost of MacBook Air in Q2 

“ElugaI9, Eluga Ray 700 and P100 (2GB) have been well received in the online space and we believe this trend will continue in the offline space as well,” he added. IANS

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Apple to delay launch of 4-inch iPhone SE in India

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New Delhi: Apple lovers started pre-ordering their 4-inch iPhone SE or 9.7-inch iPad Pro devices from Thursday (the device will start shipping to them from March 31). However, experts here are disappointed as India – touted as an emerging market for the smallest and “cheapest” iPhone SE – will only start to see the first device by April 8.

Billed as a trendsetter for the smartphone market in India, at $399 (US pricing), the device will be available in India for Rs.39,000 (retail price) which is within a premium segment in India for smartphones so the question of it being the cheapest iPhone ever does not hold any truth.

The first big disappointment is that although the smartphone has been designed for the emerging markets, it has not been made available in the first round in the fastest growing and one of the largest emerging markets – India.

“By making it available in the first round itself in the country, Apple could have indicated that the Indian market is high on its priority list. Though the company had mentioned about the significance of the India market for it, not including it in the list of the countries where iPhone SE would be made available first is definitely a big turn off,” says Faisal Kawoosa, lead analyst with CyberM