Panasonic has officially lifted the curtains off the Eluga – an Android smartphone bound to launch in Europe. The Eluga isn’t particularly breaking news, as it was unveiled in December last year as a prototype.
The company hasn’t unveiled much more new information about the Eluga since the last time we heard about it. At the front it features a 4.3-inch OLED display, pumping out 960×540 pixels of resolution. On top of that, the Eluga will also be dust- and water-proof. Judging from the renders above, this won’t come at the price of thickness.
Unfortunately, Panasonic hasn’t yet disclosed any details about processor and memory. This, according to company representatives, will be done tomorrow. Panasonic targets the Eluga for a March release and hopes it’ll appeal to at least 1.5 million Europeans by the end of the year.
Pricing is yet to be announced, but if Panasonic wants to reach its market goals, it better be make it competitively priced.
Panasonic officially announces the Eluga for the European market