Panasonic has released their all new Panasonic Eluga A3 and A3 Pro at Rs 11,290 and Rs 12,790 respectively. It’ll be available to buy via offline markets from today; 10th of August.
The key highlight of the new Panasonic phones is that they come with artificial intelligence named ARBO. It’ll be an inbuilt feature in all the Panasonic smartphones from now. It’s probably the cheapest smartphone to come with 2 AIs including the second one from Google.
Both A3 and A3 Pro have an all metal unibody design and they look physically same from outside. Though the specs for both have a slight difference. The front has a boxy look and sports a fingerprint sensor up front. Although, the lack of offscreen navigation buttons, make it a bit difficult to navigate from time to time.
The front has a boxy look and sports a fingerprint sensor up front. Although, the lack of offscreen navigation buttons, make it a bit difficult to navigate from time to time.
The presence of 4000 mAh battery packed inside both the phones, make them a tad thicker; and measure around 9mm thickness. Where as they weigh close to 160 grams.
The A3 and A3 Pro sports a 5.2-inch HD display (1280*720) pixels; protected by Asahi Dragon Trial glass coating.
While the A3 is powered by MediaTek MT6737 SOC; the Pro variant is driven by MediaTek MT6753 chipset.
In A3 the processor is coupled with 3GB RAM/16GB storage, and the A3 Pro has 3GB/32GB; double the storage respectively. The phones allow storage expansion upto 128 GB with the help of micro SD cards.
The smartphones run on the latest OS from Google and Android Nougat which is now present on 13.5% of smartphones globally.
Both; A3 and A3 Pro flaunt a 13 MP rear sensor with PDAF support. On the front side, both the smartphones come with an 8MP camera for crisp selfies.
On the connectivity front, they feature Dual SIM, WiFi, GPS, OTG, 4G/VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.0, micro USB 2.0 port.
The only difference between the smartphones is the processor and the internal storage capacities, rest everything is same in the Elua A3 and A3 Pro. The smartphones will be available in Gold, Mocha Gold and Grey colour options in the market as well as online.
Panasonic has full belief that their in-house AI aka ARBO, will be a differentiator and would make it easier for consumers to purchase it.
President & CEO, Panasonic India & South Asia; Mr Manish Sharma said, “We believe our in-house developed artificial intelligence (AI)-based virtual assistant-Arbo will be a differentiator.
Panasonic has also launched the P9 Max and Ray 500 with 4000 mAH Battery, recently in the Indian market.