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Water is the natural element of ELUGA, the smartphone that marks the return of Panasonic in the European mobile phone market. Elegant and light, ELUGA is the first smartphone in the world that can be used in the shower and that also works in water, up to one meter deep, to be used at home and in free time even by sportsmen. The waterproof feature is combined with resistance to dust, which makes it a device suitable for all work environments.

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Technology, comfort and design. “For too long, smartphones have been the result of compromises that have favored functionality at the expense of look or, on the contrary, have sacrificed functionality to pursue the perfect shape. With the launch of ELUGA, acronym for Elegant User Gateway, Panasonic demonstrates that it is possible to combine style, functions, form and the best of technology, offering the whole package at a competitive price.", he has declared Claudio Lamperti, CEO of Panasonic Italia, during the presentation to the press which took place on Tuesday 29 May in a water park near Milan.

Power and sustainability. Based on 1.5 GHz processor and technology Android ™ 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), ELUGA has a 'Eco mode' for energy saving which guarantees significant benefits for the environment by turning off non-essential functions when the phone is almost empty. The weight of just 103 grams makes it one of the lightest Android ™ smartphones in Europe, despite the highest screen / phone ratio on the market (the display makes up 66% of the phone body). Swipe and Share is used instead to wirelessly launch images from the phone to the TV, or to transfer cloud services or streaming movies from the phone to the TV. With Panasonic TVs, Eluga can also be used as a remote control.

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With the launch of ELUGA, Panasonic returns to the mobile phone market in Europe after 6 years, of which the Japanese company was a pioneer. Ambitions are high and the mobility boom could help them. The competitive price is around 400 euros at launch.

Edited byMichele Ciceri



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