The name Eluga might not entice a lot of people but apparently that is the name Panasonic is giving to one of its high-spec device which is the Panasonic Eluga Power. Sporting 5.0 inch HD screen, the Eluga Power is thin with its thickness of only 9.6mm. Its huge screen on the other hand makes it a competitor to the Galaxy Note and a few others.
What’s unique about it is that it uses a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor. Although being dual-core in nature, benchmark tests showed that its performance outmatched the quad-core Tegra 3 processor as well. In addition to that, it comes with Android ICS 4.0 as its native operating system. In addition to that, it is also equipped with NFC which means that it can connect with other NFC enabled devices with ease and in some cases, allow for mobile payments as well.
The camera on the Eluga Power is an 8MP capable of recording full HD videos as well. However, with the battery having a capacity of only 1800mAh, there is no telling how long it would last on the field especially as the phone needs to feed its huge screen. Nevertheless, Panasonic boasts of a quick charge of 57 minutes for a 80% charge so this might be a good thing.