Panasonic Mobiles Price List in India
Panasonic Mobiles Price List 2023
|Panasonic Mobiles Price List||Prices|
|Panasonic Eluga I8||₹8,989|
|Panasonic Eluga I6||₹5,099|
|Panasonic Eluga I7||₹6,299|
|Panasonic Eluga Ray 700||₹16,000|
|Panasonic Eluga Ray 500||₹13,000|
|Panasonic Eluga Arc 2||₹8,999|
|Panasonic Eluga Turbo||₹8,999|
|Panasonic P65 Flash||₹2,999|
|Panasonic Eluga Ray 610||₹8,998|
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Panasonic Mobiles Highlights
Formerly known as Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., Panasonic Corporation was founded in March 1918 by Kōnosuke Matsushita as a lightbulb socket maker. With its headquarters in the Kadoma region of Osaka, Japan, Panasonic is one of the oldest smartphone manufacturing companies in the Indian market. Amongst its wide array of products, Panasonic mobiles have been the area of interest for many consumers in the brand’s product portfolio in India. Before entering into the Indian market as a smartphone manufacturer, there had been a Panasonic new mobile in the brand’s product line-up in Japan in 2012. However, only in 2012, Panasonic also released its Android-powered smartphone under the Eluga branding in the Indian market. Since then, there have been various additions to the Eluga smartphone list, as you can find above in the detailed Panasonic mobile price list.
Despite being on the affordable end of the market, Panasonic smartphones never gained the immense popularity one would hope from a multinational brand. From feature-rich phones to smartphones with decent photography and videography capabilities, Panasonic has manufactured more than dozens of smartphones in the Indian market. Therefore, as a result of domestic manufacturing, Panasonic mobile prices have always been very respectable. Moreover, the Panasonic Eluga i2 with 3GB of RAM has also been lauded as the lightest phone in the Indian market in its price segment. It was powered by a quad-core MediaTek MT6735P processor, and it featured Android v5.1 and a dual-camera setup comprising one camera each on both ends.
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