Panasonic, a brand well-known for an immense range of consumer electronics, like LED & DVD players, home theatre systems, cameras, camcorders, car audio systems, air conditioners, washing machines, refrigerators, etc. The company, if you all know, has already made its mark in the smartphone industry too.
Remember Panasonic Eluga Ray Max and Ray X, First AI Assisted Smartphones Powered By Arbo that we talked about in one of our posts a few months back? The company is here again with its two new launches. Want to know about them? Read on!
The launch event was held in Delhi, where Bollywood actors, Tapsee Pannu (new brand ambassador of Panasonic) and Tisca Chopra were present. There were two smartphones that were introduced. Dubbed Eluga A3 and A3 Pro, these are the power-packed smartphones that blend style with smart functionality in quite an elegant way.
With the clear aim to blend new technology and fueling innovation in its smartphone range, Panasonic India unveiled its latest brand campaign– ‘So Much To Do’ for the new Eluga product series that enables the user to do so much.
Panasonic Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro are the devices that come endowed with ARBO – Panasonic’s own virtual assistant. So, without wasting any time further, have a look at all the key specifications, features, camera performance and other details of Panasonic Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro that will help you to make your decision.
Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro Design and Build
Innovative design, enhanced camera features that promise to offer consumers the ultimate opportunity to experience and do much more are the much talked about features.
Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro mobile phones come with 15.2-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) IPS display with Asahi Dragon Trail Glass protection and weighs mere 9.1 mm. Trial glass and a thin bezel promise enhanced visual experience with sharper image quality and vivid colours. The look and feel of the mobile phones are amazing. Users don’t have to worry about their device getting slipped as the mobile phone has good grip.
Both the gadgets sport a metal design and single camera setup at the back. Besides, there are antenna bands at the top and bottom edges. There’s a home button on the front with a fingerprint sensor and micro-USB port at the bottom edge. On the right edges are volume and power keys, and on the top edge is a 3.5mm audio jack.
Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro Specifications
Eluga A3 smartphone runs on Android 7.0 Nougat and comes with dual-SIM slots. The smartphone is powered by the 64-bit 1.25GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6737 SoC paired with Mali-T720 GPU and 3GB RAM. There is a 16GB inbuilt storage and can be expanded up to 128GB.
The specs of Eluga A3 Pro are all the more similar to Eluga A3 smartphone. The only difference lies in the fact that it comes with 1.3GHz octa-core MediTtek MT6753 SoC and offers 32GB of internal storage.
Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro Camera Details
Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro smartphones come with a 13-megapixel rear sensor with LED Flash support and PDAF. Besides, there’s an 8-megapixel front facing the camera that lets you take superb selfies and enjoy video chats.
Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro Battery and Connectivity
Both the devices offer 4000mAh battery and 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, FM Radio, and Micro USB 2.0 connectivity options.
Eluga A3 and Eluga A3 Pro Price and Availability
Both the smartphones will be available in Mocha Gold, Gold, and Grey colour options. When it comes to pricing, you will find both the gadgets budget-friendly. Eluga A3 and A3 Pro wear a price tag of 11,290 and Rs. 12,790 respectively. It is already available on Panasonic online brand store and retail stores.
Whether to Buy it Or Not
Now the question arises as to whether you should buy these two talked about smartphones from Panasonic? Well, the answer is ‘YES’. Why? Firstly, both the devices looks superb, secondly their added features make you feel happy about having owned the device. If you are still confused between other gadgets and these two, then you can make a small comparison and enjoy the ease of deciding. The cherry on the cake is that these two devices are budget-friendly.