Having launched the Panasonic P77 last year with 8GB ROM, Panasonic has thought it fit to launch a variant now with an internal storage of 16GB. Itâ€™s close to an entry level smartphone and priced at Rs. 5,299 and sold in India exclusively through Flipkart. Buyers can pick from either white or grey colours, the two colour options available.
The Panasonic P77 has a 5inch HD display with the screen resolution of 720x1280 pixels. A quad core processor that clocks just 1GHz is the engine running this smartphone and it has 1GB RAM support. As mentioned, the internal storage in this variant has been bumped to 16GB. This can be further expanded to 32GB via a microSD card.
This is a dual SIM phone, but only one SIM can accommodate a 4G connection at a time. The other slot will have to settle for 3G or less.
The device is stuck with an old OS, the Android Lollipop version 5.1. Cameras fitted on the phone are 8MP rear camera with LED flash and a 2MP front camera. The battery fitted on the new Panasonic P77 is 2000mAh.
The phone measures 143mmx72mmx7.6mm and weighs just 126 grams. The phone has also been enabled with 4G VoLTE connectivity, besides Bluetooth and Wi-Fi options. The 3.5mm jack on the phone allows to physically connect and listen to audio playback and to attend to voice calls.
The power button, SIM card slots and the volume control levers are on the sides of the phone.
With all these, the new Panasonic P77 is now being sold on Flipkart at Rs. 5,299, which is substantially less than the Rs.6,990 the original P77 was being sold at, when introduced last year.