Panasonic debuts 13 MP smartphone

Panasonic has come up with a rather unusual smartphone that comes with a 13 MP camera.

Known as P06D Eluga, the novelty is reserved for the Japanese market only (as of now) and besides the impressive 13-megapixel sensor, the device also comes with Android 4.0 ICS. You will also find a 4.6-inch display at 720 x 1280 pixel resolution, a technology that improves the screen contrast and the so-called Diga function that allows you to stream Blu-Ray content directly on the smartphone. In addition the 13 MP sensor uses the company’s Lumix technology to shoot crisp and nice photos.

Panasonic Eluga P06D

The smartphone will be available in black and pink.


Source: Newtechnologymag.com

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