Panasonic Eluga Power

It is a perfect combination of beauty and brains, all the while being water resistant.The Eluga has a super thin frame weighing only 103 gm. Inside is a 1 GHz dual-core processor with 1GB RAM. It now operates on Android v2.3, but is upgradable to Ice-Cream Sandwich.
The new Panasonic Eluga is the first mobile phone to feature an OLED screen which is a technology that Panasonic are keen to incorporate in future home televisions. This display does produce great image quality and we were impressed by the vivid colours that the screen managed to display. In terms of resolution the Eluga offers 540 x 960 pixels which is a level that is higher than many other smartphones but slightly lower than what some more premium models such as the iPhone 4S can offer. The screen measures 4.3 inches which results in a pixel density of 256PPI. The Eluga may not display the highest quality that is available but it is certainly one of the more attractive screens. The phone actually offers the highest screen ratio on the market with 66% of the phones body dominated by this impressive display. Many phones have tried to rival the excellent iPhone 4S Retina display and to date not one has managed to match the excellent quality that this model offers in this area. The display is one of the smaller smartphone screens available at 3.5 inches but this has a positive effect on the pixel density. A great resolution of 640 x 960 pixels can be displayed which equates to a massive 326PPI.


43-inch display; 8 MP camera; 8 GB inter­nal memory, expandable; 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth; 1 GHz dual-core processor; 1 GB RAM; Android v2.3; 103 grams; 1150 mAh battery integrated.