Panasonic Corporation a Japan based electronics company has come up with a smartphone which combines Google Android OS and capability of SLR digital camera on to one device. This move comes in competition with Sharp Aquos 103SH phone which is 12.1 mega pixel camera phone.
The Panasonic Lumix 101P phone is powered with Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system by Google. When you look at the screen it has got impressive 4 inches qHD LCD screen with a 960 x 540 resolution. Interestingly phone maker Panasonic has put forth their efforts to make it as a complete camcorder phone with 13.2 mega pixel CMOS Lumix sensor with Mobile Venue Engine. And the specifications of this phones just doesn’t stop there as dual core 1 GHz CPU by OMPA provides faster performance with it.
The Panasonic Lumix has tied up with Softbank a Japanese mobile carrier to provide high-speed data communication services of up to 21 Mbps with WCDMA to make use of 4G network to obtain higher speed. Moreover this phone is comes with water proof body. It also includes various other features like Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. microSDHC card slot expandable up to 32 GB in memory, Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR. However there is no word on the battery life of this phone, which we think might drain out quickly if you use camera of this phone.
Other interesting features are its E-wallet function and digital TV tuner. Primary mobile phone functions like calendar, calculator, accessories and games are included by default on this phone moreover Android Marketplace is just one click away to make your phone limitless on the apps or games which you can install. This phone is available in black and pink color but the pink color finish looks astonishing just like the Sony Cybershot cameras. Softbank has announced that it would be releasing it in mid-November this year and there is no pricing details available of it. The handset weights 128 grams.
So do you think that Panasonic LUMIX 101p Phone would make any impact on the buyers? How do you think Android with SLR camera will make any impact?