by Aerol Bibat, 1 year ago
When we last heard from Panasonic, they had plans for as Toughbook Android Tablet. You would think that the Japanese electronics giant would be satisfied with that – but it seems the forward-thinking lads at…
After announcing that the Eluga will be announced in Europe, Panasonic is on a roll. The next device they are putting on the spotlight is the Panasonic 102p; slated for release on a Japanese carrier named SoftBank Mobile.
Just like the Eluga, the 102p is a waterproof and dustproof Android smartphone that’s likely to impress people. Having a thickness of only 7.8mm and weight of 103g, the device has a slim and stylish design to match its personality.
The 102p also features a 4.3-inch qHD 960×540 AMOLED display. For optics, we’re looking at a 8.2MP camera with a front facing camera to match. All the usual suspects are there as far as connectivity is concerned.
Apart from the hardware specs, the 102p is prepared with the ‘Personal Protection’ security feature; which is designed to help users protect their personal information. Through a feature they dub the ‘security box,’ users get to protect their documents, files, and photos in a high security location so that malicious external access is impossible. Moreover, the security feature enables the user to select an important e-mail account and an ordinary account that can be locked with ‘security E-mail.’
Again, the Panasonic 102p has been slated for release for SoftBank Mobile. Panasonic still needs to release information if this smartphone will be available in other parts of the world. Would you ever consider buying a Panasonic Android device?