Panasonic P31 specifications revealed – Launch date 15th March, 2014

The upcoming smartphone from Panasonic will be Panasonic P31. The specifications of the phone are revealed. The price of the phone will be below Rs.12k. So it is a mid-range smartphone. Let us look at the features of this upcoming smartphone.

Panasonic P31

Panasonic P31 Specifications

  • Android 4.2.2
  • 5 inch display (854 x 480 pixels) FWVGA resolution, oleophobic(smudge-free screen)
  • MediaTek MT6582 Chipset
  • 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor
  • 8MP Rear Camera
  • 2MP Front Camera
  • Panasonic Customized UI
  • Gesture Play(Draw to Unlock) feature
  • Pop-I Player(Multi-tasking video application)

Panasonic P31 Launch Date

Our inside sources confirm that the Panasonic P3 will be available in the market from 15th March 2014.

The phone`s features are slowly getting released on the official facebook page of Panasonic India. It is a long time since Panasonic has launched a smartphone.

Panasonic P31

We had reviewed Panasonic T21 which was the last phone which we reviewed from Panasonic. It seems that Panasonic will keep on releasing such teasers of the phone till the date of launch.We have not yet seen any action from Panasonic in MWC 2014.

The teasers are becoming a trend before phone launch. Even Nokia had released teasers about Nokia X before the launch. Teasers do make the launch more and more interesting. Are you interested to buy Panasonic P31? Do comment your opinions about this phone in the comments section.

We will keep you updated about this upcoming smartphone from Panasonic. Till then keep reading MobileJury.

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2 Comments

  • sree says:

    Panasonic t21 was the best one. 4.5 inches IPS LCD HD display with 326 PPI.A 1080p 8 MP camera,lag free performance, good GPU n a fast processor.only weak point was it’s 1700 mah battery.

    • Anand Karwa says:

      I agree with you. Most of the current generation android smartphones suffer from poor battery backup as they are not designed for power users. Thankfully, many latest and upcoming phones have larger batteries to resolve this issue.

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