Overall, the Panasonic Eluga Power leaves us with a positive first impression. Its lack of a quad core processor and less than standout design means it may not shoot straight to the top of our wishlist but with a few nice ergonomics touches and of course that IP57 waterproof and dustproof rating, it could be a truly practical modern smartphone for those that like to get out and about.
SDome of our readers will remember the Panasonic Eluga Power that was announced at MWC 2012 back in February, it looks like it is about to launch in the US as the device has just appeared at the FCC.
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Minimal and smart, the Panasonic Eluga Power is without a shadow of a doubt one of the most impressive mobile phones we got our hands on at Mobile World Congress 2012.
Panasonic is back! (in the mobile market, in Europe) The Panasonic Eluga Power has been unveiled at and is the big screened, yet slender new kid on the 5-inch display block.