Panasonic Eluga Note Review: Price, Specs, Pros and Cons

Review of Panasonic Eluga Note at a Glance:-

There are Some Notable smartphone launched by the Panasonic although they are not so popular, Here In this post about Pros and Cons of Panasonic Note Eluga, we are going to pointing out what influence this handset is created during test. The key specs of phone are 5.5 inches Full HD LTPS IPS LCD Display, Android Marshmallow v6.0.1, Mediatek Octa-core processor, 16 MP Primary | 5 MP Secondary Camera, 32 GB Internal | 32 GB SD Card Support, 3 GB RAM and 3000 mAh Battery.

The way phone Looks
The design looks quite premium because of nearly bezels free display and Champagne Gold colour which is only available colour for this handset. Most of the popular smartphone of this range are built on metallic body but the Panasonic Note Eluga is sticking to the Plastic, Although the phone is well built with slightly rounded corners feels compact in hand. We also feel that the different functional keys are located oddly in this smartphone, The 3.5mm audio jack along with Micro-USB charging and IR blaster are located on the Top while Volume buttons are found in the left edge and right edge houses power key, adding this notification LED is located at the bottom of the display. 

Display Experience
The configuration of display is also quite decent with 5.5 inches size, full HD Resolutions and 401ppi of display density. Colour looks over-saturated makes primary colour more sharper, maximum brightness is not capable to make good legibility in outdoor condition but inside a room the graphic content looks pretty good. 

16 MP Shooter 
Everyone nowadays expecting a great camera from a Smartphone so they can save their memories in good quality pictures but here this smartphone even after having 16 MP primary camera With F1.9 aperture, 6P Lens for ultra-fast auto focus and Triple LED Flash is not able to produce quality photographs. The pictures captured without HDR mode are not even able to meet the average standard, night photographs are too noisy with inaccurate pixels. 5 MP secondary is also not able to impress, still can take acceptable selfies in sunlight.

Overall Performance
After starting the phone here it welcome with FitHome UI based on Android v6.0.1 Marshmallow. Companies launch own UI for much smoother interface but here story is just opposite this UI looks more bulky and slow, Although there are many shortcut added In FitHome. Phone is powered with MediaTek MT6753 octa-core processor coupled with 3 GB RAM, This SoC is just an Entry level CPU can handle daily task with ease, it is not meant for heavy gaming. There is also heating issue near rear camera while playing the games.

Battery for Power
Backup of the Battery is most important factor in any phone to use any kind of feature. This phone is backed by the 3000 mAh battery, which is just offering average backup you need to charge your mobile twice a day if you are a mediocre user. 


Specification of Panasonic Eluga Note

Operating System
OS- Android 
OS Version- v6.0.1 (Marshmallow) 
  
Chipset
CPU- MediaTek MT6753   
Clock Speed- 1.3 GHz A53
Core- Octa-core 
GPU- Mali- Mali-T720

Screen and Display
Type- LTPS IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
Size- 5.5 inches  
Display Resolution- 1080 x 1920 pixels  
Display Reinforced- 
Display Density- 401 ppi 
Screen-Body Ratio- 76.7%

Camera
Rear- 16 MP
Front- 5 MP  
Max. Video Resolution- 1080p 
Max Video Frames- 30fps

Form and Dimension
Phone Dimension- 146 x 74.5 x 8.2 mm
Form- Bar 
Weight- 142 grams

Data Connection and Connectivity 
4G- LTE band 3(1800), 5(850), 40(2300)
3G- HSDPA 900 / 2100 
Bluetooth- v4.0 
WiFi- 802.11 b/g/n
Headphone Jack- 3.5mm

Sensors
Proximity- Yes 
Accelerometer- Yes 
Light- Yes 
Gyroscope-
Fingerprint- N/A

Memory and RAM
Internal (ROM)- 32 GB
External (SD)- 32 GB
RAM- 3 GB

SIM
SIM Type- Micro SIM
SIM Support- Dual SIM

Battery
Capacity- 3000 mAh
Stand By-  
Talktime- 

Phone’s Available Colour- Champagne Gold


Pros of Panasonic Eluga Note

  • In-built IR blaster to control different home appliances.
  • The design looks quite premium especially with very narrow bezels.
  • Supports 4G LTE with VoLTE.
  • FM Radio is Supported.
  • The battery is user removable.

Cons of Panasonic Eluga Note

  • Phone is not built on metal.
  • No OTG cable is supported to attach a pen drive.
  • Display is not protected with any kind of special protection like Gorilla Glass. 
  • No fingerprint sensor for better security. 
  • The Battery takes longer times (>3.5 hours) to fully charge.
  • Panasonic bundles in-ear headphones of really poor quality.
  • Battery drains faster.
  • Bad photos even after having f1.9 with 16MP camera.

Why to buy and Final words about Panasonic Eluga Note

This smartphone is not better than average in any department, with 5.5 inches Full HD display, 3 GB RAM and 16 MP camera on paper looks great deal for the price it is offered by the company but what is the benefit of having such a high configuration when it is far from quality. There are many better smartphone available in market such as Redmi 3S Prime, Lenovo K6 Prime.

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