But the phone doesn’t come with a fast charging feature and takes over four hours to charge the phone to 100%.

Panasonic launches 55-inch P55 Max with 5000 mAh removable battery in India
Atom Tech Shorts Monday, July 24, 2017 - 09:24
Written by  S. Mahadevan

Panasonic’s next smartphone is called P55 Max. This is a 5.5-inch phone with an IPS HD display and a screen resolution of 1280x720p. The processor is the quad-core MediaTek MTK6737 that delivers a clocking speed of just 1.25GHz. The phone comes with 3GB RAM and 16GM phone memory storage limit. However, there is the microSD provision to take this up to 128GB.

The camera fitted on the Panasonic P55 Max smartphone is a huge 5000mAh one. Despite this the phone is just 8.7mm in thickness. The height and width of the phone are 152mm and 77.6mm respectively.

The main rear camera on this Panasonic phone is 13MP in size and a quad LED flash support. The front camera is rated at 5MP. The OS is the Android Nougat 7.0 version.

The connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS.

There are some pros and cons with this latest phone from Panasonic being highlighted here.

The price of the phone being juts Rs 8, 499 (can be bought only on Flipkart exclusively), Panasonic feels there would be a large number of customers out there who will feel comfortable investing in a phone at this price that comes with a 5.5-inch display and has the Android N OS.

Another plus factor here is the battery size. The 5000mAh battery ensures that you don’t have to probably think about a recharge even if you are outdoors and your usage of heavy. Reports indicate a full charge can last up to a day and a half.

But the negative point here is that the phone comes without a fast charging feature and it would take 4 hours+ to charge the phone to 100%. But the battery is removable which can go in its favor.

The camera specs appear to be too low, particularly in comparison to what one sees in the smartphones being launched all over. There is no fingerprint sensor either. However, the microSD slot is a dedicated one and not the hybrid type. So, if you intend using both the SIM slots, there is no difficulty.