Panasonic recently announced the Eluga I4 smartphone which comes into the market as a successor to the Eluga I3 and comes priced at a pocket-friendly rate.
The tech company during the official unveiling of the latest Eluga I4 revealed that the device which comes into the market packing a 5.0-inch high definition display along with 2.5D glass for protection will sell at the rate of about $127 which brings better specs at a cheaper price compared to the previously released Eluga Ray 500 smartphone.
Other features which was announced with the Eluga I4 include the MediaTek MT6737 processor under the hood which is the same as in the Eluga Ray 500.
The Eluga I4 however comes into the market packing a memory configuration of 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage memory.
The Eluga I4 however comes as a downgrade to the Eluga Ray 500 in the optics aspect as the smartphone comes into the market with a single camera setup of 8MP on the back panel and a 5MP front panel camera as against the dual camera setup on the Eluga Ray 500.
The Eluga I4 comes into the market with support for dual SIM functionality with a front mounted fingerprint scanner and a 3,000mAH battery for power.