Panasonic Eluga C sports a 5.5-inch thin-bezel display
Panasonic has established the Eluga C using a bezel-less display along with a dual camera setup. The new Panasonic Eluga C was debuted in Taiwan using a cost of TWD 6,000 (approximately Rs. 12,900) and can be initially available for pre-orders.
The Panasonic Eluga C comes with a 5.5-inch screen that’s ultra-thin bezels and features an HD (720×1280 pixels) resolution. Interestingly, regardless of the minimum bezel-design, the screen does not have 18:9 aspect ratio that’s quite common today across the majority of the full-screen tablets. The screen panel, but will have 450 nits of brightness, that would create the onscreen content observable under bright sunshine.
Panasonic has supplied a 13-megapixel plus a 5-megapixel camera detector on the rear of this Eluga C which both have f/2.2 lenses at the top. On the front, the smartphone comes with an 8-megapixel camera detector using a f/2.2 lens. The handset comes equipped with a fingerprint scanner that’s touted to unlock the display in a brief period of 0.3 seconds and will record up to five fingerprints.
There’s 64GB onboard storage which may be enlarged via microSD card (around 256GB). In any case, it’s a 5.1mm slender metallic frame which has a glass finish to the trunk. Connectivity choices, in addition to network support of this smartphone, are yet to be shown.
Together with the Eluga C, Panasonic seems to have taken a step to go into the nascent space of thin-bezel tablets. It neither comes to the mid-century section that lately added that the OnePlus 5T. But the Panasonic Eluga C includes a layout that reminds us the revolutionary Xiaomi Mi Mix and Sharp Aquos Crystal that both attracted the trend of bezel-less telephones – considerably before Samsung’s Infinity Screen or Apple’s Super Retina Screen.