Panasonic Eluga I7 Geekbench listing signals imminent launch

Panasonic Eluga

If rumors are to be believed, Panasonic is gearing up to launch the Panasonic Eluga I7 smartphone. The rumor assumes significance with the handset was recently spotted on Geekbench listing. According to Android Headlines, a smartphone with the name Panasonic Eluga I7 has surfaced on the Geekbench benchmarking portal and the specifications suggest the fact that the device will be budget-friendly.

Upon inspection of the listing, we can infer that the Panasonic Eluga I7 will be powered by a MediaTek MT6737H processor running at a clock speed of 1.3GHz. The chipset consists of one processor coupled with four cores. With model Panasonic ELUGA I7, the smartphone will be powered by a Mali-720 MP2 graphics processor.

Panasonic Eluga I7 Geekbench

According to Gizbot, the processor and chipset combo has been used in the manufacture of several smartphones and hence it’s known for budget-friendly handsets. Even though the RAM capacity will be 2GB, the Geekbench listing specifies 1886 MB, which is normal when it comes to benchmarking data.

The highlight of the Panasonic Eluga I7 is the integration of Android 7.0 Nougat, which helps you to work with all the latest features such as split-screen functionality, improved multitasking, and enhanced power saving Doze mode.

The Geekbench data also shows the performance of the processor. While the single-core core yields a value of 621, the multi-core score bags a moderate value of 1816. As you can see, the performance is not adequate when compared to premium handsets but will be sufficient for basic usage. The benchmarking data doesn’t reveal the motherboard and BIOS model numbers.

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We don’t have any confirmation as to when Panasonic will release Eluga I7 smartphone. However, with the handset surfacing on Geekbench, the launch of the smartphone is imminent. We expect the launch within the next few days and will be priced below $100. Panasonic really needs to fix the price of the phone competitively to generate hype among the people.

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