Yesterday, Martin scribbled a bit about Panasonic’s spanking new Eluga smartphone, and now we’re told to expect not one but two further devices from the Japanese manufacturer imminently.
According to Pocket-lint’s sources within the company, we’ll see a new smartphone and tablet from Panasonic at Mobile World Congress next week.
Apparently the unnamed smartphone will be “even more premium” than the Panasonic Eluga, with a front-facing camera, dual-core processor, and bigger-than-4.3in display adoptiong non-OLED Panasonic-designed technology.
The smartphone will also feature Panasonic’s Lumix camera tech, though exact megapixelage remains elusive at this stage.
Panasonic is no stranger to the Android tablet market, having cranked out a handful of Toughpads, however we’re told to expect something markedly different in Barcelona.
Again, exact specs are a mystery, but presumably the tablet will be sleeker and less rugged than those Toughpads.
Less than a week till Mobile World Congress, kids. We’ll find out more about the new Panasonic tablet and smartphone on Monday.