Launched Expensive Smartphone From IPhone X, This Panasonic Phone Will Feature These Special Features.
Famous Panasonic has launched a special phone for its electronics product range. Yes! Panasonic has recently launched a new device in its TufBook lineup, but this time it is a smartphone. This smartphone is not a customization smartphone, the price and features of this phone are ready to give competition to the iPhone X. Let’s get you the special features of this phone.
Let me tell you that Panasonic is going to launch a strong phone called FZ-T1. Panasonic’s Toughbook series is known for its rugged products and it comes with a lot of price tag. FZ-T1 will also come with a high price tag. However, the company is targeting a different kind of market. This segment is an enterprise segment, so its price can not be compared to the normal Android handset.
It is worth noting that Panasonic is calling this device’s name as handheld, not with the smartphone. The major features of the phone include 5-inch display, QuadCore Snapdragon processor, 2GB RAM, and Android 8.1 Orio. The price of this phone is 1200 pounds (approximately Rs 1,02,900). This phone is water and dust proof and comes with IP 68 certification. It is also mixed with the Military Standard 810G certification.
Panasonic FZ-T1 minus has the capacity to work at 10 to 50 degree Celsius. There is a 5 inch HD IPS Dragons Trail Anti Reflection Display. This phone runs on the Android 8.1 OSO operating system and has a Snapdragon 210 processor in it. It has 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage.
For photography, the phone has an 8 megapixel rear camera, which comes with LED flash and is able to scan different types of 44 barcodes. This phone does not have a front camera. The battery of the phone is 3200 mAh. Company claims to have 12 hours of backup when the battery is fully charged. The connectivity options include LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, Micro USB and headphone jack. Now the company has not provided any information about the sale of this phone nor did it tell how long will these phones be made available in India.