Panasonic has today launched its new Eluga series smartphone, The Eluga Icon, in partnership with Amazon.in. This new 4G LTE enabled smartphone has a beefy 3500 mAh battery and has been priced at 10,999 INR.

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Despite the capacious battery, Eluga Icon is just 7.9 mm thick and weighs 147 grams. Under the hood of this unibody smartphone, an unspecified Octa Core chip is ticking at 1.5 GHz. There is 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM which can be further expanded by another 32 GB using MicroSD card slot.

The 5.5 Inch IPS LCD OGS Display on Eluga Icon is lined with 720p HD resolution. Just above the display, you will find an 8 MP selfie snapper with Blink Play (blink and shoot), complimented by a 13 MP rear camera.

The handset is still stuck on Android 4.4 KitKat customized with several smart gesture features, air play, Hot Knot, double tap to wake, etc.

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Mr. Manish Sharma, Managing Director, Panasonic India said “Increased internet penetration and growing popularity of online shopping, combined with the upsurge in smartphones has fuelled the growth of online retailing in India. In line with this, Panasonic India has exclusively tied up with Amazon in order to cater to the changing needs of the Indian consumers. With an aim to make technology accessible to all, this partnership not only reinforces our commitment to meet the consumer demands on-the-go but also amplifies our reach to a larger audience.”

Key Specs 
ModelPanasonic Eluga Icon
Display5.5 Inch, 720P HD
Processor 1.5 GHz Octa Core
RAM2GB
Internal Storage 16GB, Expandable up to 32GB
Camera13MP/ 5MP
Battery 3500 mAh (removable)
Price 10,999 INR
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