Panasonic releases P55 Novo budget smartphone

Panasonic releases P55 Novo budget smartphone

Panasonic is back on the smartphone market with a new budget-oriented device called P55 Novo. Despite the budget nature of the P55 Novo, the handset comes with an 8-core processor and a large 5.3-inch display.

The P55 Novo measures 147.9 x 73.8 x 8.15 mm and weighs 148 grams. The device is available in Midnight Blue, Champagne Gold and Smoke Gray colors and has a 5.3-inch sensor IPS display at 720p resolution (1280 x 720 pixels), an 8-core MediaTek processor at 1.4 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory, a microSD card slot (up to 32 GB), a rear camera at 13 MP with support for 1080p video recording and triple LED flash, a 5 MP front camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a GPS receiver, an FM radio, slots for two SIM cards and audio jacks. A 2500 mAh battery powers the device.

The Panasonic P55 Novo runs Android 4.4 KitKat and uses an interface that allows users to command the smartphone with one hand only. The device sells for USD 146.

Source: Fonearena.com

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