Panasonic P81 Smartphone Review: The First OctaCore Phone from Panasonic
By Sandhya kiran | July 19, 2014 9:25 AM EST
Panasonic P81 smartphone , the first octa-core phone from the Panasonic company. The phone can compete with the devices , Micromax Canvas Knight, Karbonn Titanium Octane Plus and others. The phone is very sleek, stylish and trendy and is priced Rs. 18,990 (337.83 AUD).
Panasonic P81 has a 5.5 inch IPS LCD display screen and is of only 7.9 mm thick. The phone runs Android v4.2 jelly bean operating system. An octa-core processor sprinting at 1.7 GHz powers the smartphone in combination with a 1 GB RAM, The only disadvantage in the Panasonic P81 is having less capacity of 1 GB RAM.
Key features of Panasonic P81 :
- The phone has 5 inches, 720 x 1280 pixels display screen size.
- IPS LCD octa core 1700 MHz processor13 with 16M colors and has 267 PPI as its pixel density.
- 13 MP primary camera, with the autofocus capability of recording 1080 videos @ 30fps. The autofocus capability of the phone figures good and takes sharp images .
- The phone supports 2MP front camera for video calling too and camera has a fast UI.
- The smartphone is loaded with an inbuilt memorySD of 8 GB as the internal storage which can be expandable upto 32 GB for external storage.
- Connectivity options included in the Panasonic P81 are 3 G, Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g, GPS with AGPS, mobile hotspot, bluetooth, USB port and GPRS with EDGE.
- Panasonic P81 is a dual sim operator with 1 GB RAM and 2500 mAh, removable, lithium-Ion battery.
Over all Panasonic P81 smartphone has come into the world of smartphones with a different style. The configuration of the phone is quite good . Panasonic P81 lets you enjoy your favourite movies without hampering your work at any point of view, as you can still surf the internet, send texts and perform any other function while watching videos in the same time. Panasonic P81 also makes it easier for you to share all your memories with your friends and family with its quick connectivity options like 3 G, wi-fi, bluetooth and more.
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