Panasonic Eluga X1 and X1 Pro with Helio P60 SoC and 6.18-inch FHD+ display launched in India

Panasonic has launched its new handsets in India today, they’re supposedly the flagship smartphones from the brand. Essentially the same handsets with RAM and storage options, the new X1 and X1 Pro teases the AI capabilities. The price of these handsets starts at Rs 23,000 for X1 and Rs 27,000 for X1 Pro. Let’s talk about the specifications of the new Eluga X1 and X1 Pro below.

Panasonic Eluga X1 and X1 Pro Specifications

Starting with the processor, these two handsets from Panasonic packs in MediaTek Helio P60, which is considered to be quite powerful in the mid-range segment. Both handsets comes with a 6.18-inch full HD notch display, which claims to offer an immersive viewing experience. Talking about the camera department, it packs a dual rear camera setup on both models. The primary lens is of 16MP resolution and secondary lens is of 5MP resolution. These both are powered by AI. The front lens on both X1 and X1 Pro is of 16MP resolution. Both of these handsets would be powered by a 3000mAh capacity battery. And would be running on the Android 8.1 Oreo-based UI. Panasonic has created Arbo Hub, which is reference to its artificial assistant. 

Eluga X1 Vs X1 Pro: What’s the difference?

The major difference between these two Panasonic Eluga smartphones is the RAM and storage. The Eluga X1 comes with a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Whereas the Eluga X1 Pro comes with a 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Further, the company has also introduced the wireless charging on its X1 Pro, which is not present on the X1. The handset manufacturer is going to bundle a free wireless charger and a pair of earphones inside the retail unit of the X1 Pro.

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