Panasonic Eluga C launch on November 29: Everything you want to know

Panasonic Eluga

Panasonic is gearing up to unveil the Panasonic Eluga C smartphone on November 29. The main highlight of the Panasonic Eluga C will be the addition of a bezel-less display with 18:9 aspect ratio. According to ePrice report, the new smartphone will launch in Taiwan followed by other countries.

Panasonic has released a teaser image of the upcoming Eluga C smartphone and it reveals the launch date as November 29 with the launch event time. The location has been masked. We are unable to view any bezels on the three sides. However, the bottom side features a thick bezel with the physical home button.

Panasonic Eluga C

Selfie camera on the bottom

We can also see the front camera sensor on the extreme bottom right-hand side. The top, left and right sides don’t feature any bezel. The fingerprint sensor has been embedded on to the home button with the required sensors housed at the bottom bezel. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 also includes the same design mechanism, which attracted several users.

Aspect ratio not confirmed

Based on reports emerging from the rumor mills, the Panasonic Eluga C will feature a three-sided edge-to-edge display. However, there is no confirmation as to whether the aspect ratio will be indeed 18:9. The design of the Eluga C will be more or less identical to that of the Sharp Aquos series smartphones.

Big disappointment

According to reports, the Panasonic Eluga C will be pre-loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat. This is a big disappointment because users were expecting Panasonic to infuse Android Oreo. It’s been four months since the launch of the Oreo and the market share of the new Android platform is feeble. Moreover, the attractive part of the Eluga C is the likely addition of Arbo AI assistant.

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Talking about the battery, the Panasonic Eluga C will most likely ship with a 5000mAh capacity. You can expect more than 4000mAh battery capacity since it is the general practice followed by companies. If you are unaware, Xiaomi is now shipping almost all smartphones with more than 4000mAh battery. To recall, Panasonic disclosed that they will launch more than 15 smartphones before the end of 2017.

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