Panasonic has launched a new budget smartphone in India. Panasonic P90 costs 5599 rupees, or about 83 USD.
You cannot expect miracles for such an amount, but Panasonic P90 even has an unpretentious housing, available in three colours, with a 5-inch HD screen under 2.5D glass. The heart of the phone is the Mediatek MTK6737 quad-core processor, clocked at 1.25 GHz, supported by a modest gigabyte of RAM. The internal memory is already 16 GB, of course with the possibility of using a microSD card.
For such a cheap smartphone, we can enjoy the presence of LTE, there is also an FM radio, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 and even USB with OTG. The cameras look great - both have 5 megapixels and LED flashes. Everything powers a battery with a capacity of 2400 mAh, and controls - Android 7.0 Nougat. The phone measures 143x71,8x9,3 mm and weighs 151.7 g.
Before you get disgusted with Panasonic P90, I suggest to compare its specification with models offered for around 80 dollars on the European market. Is it really so miserable ...?
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