Mobile World Congress: Eluga, smartphone Panasonic resists water and sand

With a sales target of 1.5 million phones in Europe by the end of next fiscal year, Panasonic is part of the world of mobile telephony in Europe. To achieve this ambitious goal the Japanese giant is banking on a new line of smartphones with elegant design and performance is not trivial.

The first model announced a few days before the Mobile World Congress is the Eluga, an Android ultra thin (just 9.5 mm) for a featherweight 103 grams despite the 4.3-inch display.

Replicating experiments already tested in this industry, this model has a feature that allows you to swipe and Share launch images wirelessly from your phone to your TV, or transfer of cloud services, or streaming videos from your phone to your TV forever.

The phone also works as a remote to control other electronic devices in your home (eg TV Viera, readers and DIGA Blu-ray home cinema systems, or digital cameras). Among the distinctive elements of 'Eluga not pass unnoticed that its robust construction, without compromising the design, can be resistant to dust (standard IP5X) and water to ensure perfect operation even after 30 minutes immersed to a depth of 1 meter .

There is even the NFC and how "green" technology developed by Panasonic to ensure optimal use of the battery. In Barcelona, ​​the model was also announced that applications while maintaining a line similar to aesthetic benefits from a 5-inch LCD display. Increasingly resistant to dust and water, this smartphone has an 8 megapixel camera that captures video in Full HD. Among the advantages of Power worth reporting that super-fast charging allows the battery to reach 50% charge in just 30 minutes, while 80% in just 57 minutes.