Panasonic rolls out 5000mAh battery enabled smartphone P55 Max

Panasonic India unveiled its power packed P55 Max featuring a 5000mAh battery, metal design, Android 7.0 (Nougat) and 13MP camera with Quad LED flash for excellent low light photography. Featuring a classy textured finish, the new Panasonic P55 Max comes with a 5.5 Inch HD IPS Display for great readability and wider viewing angles. It is powered by Android 7.0 (Nougat) OS which helps you multitask and handle multiple languages and apps simultaneously. The 1.25 GHz Quad core processor, with 3GB RAM plus 16 GB internal memory, expandable up to 128 GB and OTG supports enhances your storage options.

The new P55Max is integrated with 13 MP rear camera with Quad LED flash to capture stunning pictures even in low light and a 5MP front camera. For connectivity, the device has a dual SIM – 3G/4G LTE configuration, direct Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Equipped with massive battery capacity and a fast charger ensures longer usage without a charge.

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Commenting on the launch, Mr. Pankaj Rana, Business Head – Mobility Division, Panasonic India, said,“In today’s connected world, smartphones have become the lifeline drawing parallels amongst work-life balance. Be it home, work or, anywhere ZipPlay –understands and maps your need to help simplify your life. The long lasting 5000mAh battery further ensures the seamless functioning without interruptions. We believe, P55 Max will be the quintessential solution-provider for individuals in the value-based smartphone segment.”

Ayyappan. R- Senior Director, Smartphones at Flipkart – said, Flipkart’s partnership with Panasonic is set to achieve new heights with the exclusive launch of Panasonic P55 Max on the platform, a budget-friendly smartphone, whose design and specifications coupled with our affordable consumer financing options will be a winning combination for our customers. This new launch will expand shoppers’ choice of phones in this segment, reinforcing our undisputed position as smartphone market leaders in the country.

©Technuter.com News Service

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