- Panasonic launches P9, the latest addition to their P series.
- Runs on 1.1GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6737M 64-bit processor.
- Android 7.0 Nougat In Black And Gold colour Variant
Panasonic launched its latest addition Panasonic P9 to the already existing huge market of budgeted smartphones.The Panasonic P9 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat at a competitive price of Rs. 6290/-. Available in champagne gold and black colour variants, P9 is available across the country in all Panasonic brand stores and retail outlets.
With 5-inch FWVGA screen display, which is protected with Asahi Trail glass top, P9 is powered by quad-core MediaTek MT6737M64 bit 1.1 GHz processor. P9 comes with 1GB RAM and 16GB internal memory and expandable 32GB memory with microSD. Keeping in line with the latest connectivity features, P9 supports GPS, Wi-Fi, 4G-3G-2G, VoLTE, dual SIM, Bluetooth 4.0 and micro USB port.
Talking about its camera, Panasonic P9 promises flawless pictures with an 8-megapixel primary rear camera with LED flash f2.0 aperture and a 5-megapixel optic at front with f2.4 aperture. Carry entertainment where ever you go with OTG support. In terms of sensors, the device supports Proximity, Accelerometer & Ambient Light Sensor. The P9 is backed with a battery capacity of 2210mAh and weighs 144 grams.
Commenting on the launch, Business head-Mobility Division, Panasonic, Pankaj Rana said, “We at Panasonic believe in a great combination of style and design so that it matches the user’s elegance. P9 is equipped with all that you need to capture the world around you flawlessly and keeps everything you love. Targeted towards consumers on who are always on the go, look for durability in the display screen and want a smooth multitasking experience with the latest Android Nougat 7.0.”
While P9 has been launched at a promising price point, it enters the race of sassy smartphones in competition with likes of Xiaomi 4A and Motorola E4. Given the fact that a new kid on the block of smartphones enters the market every few days let us now wait and watch that how the Panasonic P9 performs on this one.