Panasonic launches all-metal Eluga Arc 2 in India
While Panasonic have not been able to own the Indian market like competitors Motorola and Xiaomi have, the company is not relenting in its bid to one day launch an hold on the budget-conscious market too and when they saw the reception of the market to their Eluga Arc smartphone launched in April, they have gone back to make an improvement and now come out with the Eluga Arc 2, all metal and with better specs.
Selling for Rs 12,490 (approx. $187), the Eluga Arc 2 is now on a 5 inch screen as opposed to the 4.7 inches run by its predecessor and has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor under the hood, clocked at a frequency of 1.3GHz. Under the hood is also the 3GB CPU and an internal storage space of 32GB which can be expanded to 128GB as the user wishes.
Not stopping there, the camera specs on this new one gives the front at 5MP and the rear camera at 8MP, all being powered by the 2450mAh battery and running the Android Marshmallow 6.0 out of the box.
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