What do we have here? Another smartphone manufacturer looking to get into the truly HD world of 1080p smartphones. Ever since the DROID DNA blasted onto the scene we've been hearing reports and rumors from just about everyone. Today we have one more to add to the growing list. Panasonic has their own 1920 x 1080p phone in the works.
We haven't seen or heard much from Panasonic lately, not to mention they've been focusing their smartphone efforts only in Japan to limit the potential for financial loss. But now there's a new device roaming the streets from Panasonic complete with a 5-inch 1920 x 1080p full HD display, as well as Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the operating system.
Rumors from PhoneArena have the Panasonic P-02E clearing showing up on a few reports as of late although there isn't any other details at this point. The image below clearly mentions the HD screen and Jelly Bean, but we'll have to wait for more details.
Most likely this will indeed be a member of the flagship Panasonic Eluga series. Which is known for thin chassis, water-proof elements, and a sleek design. If it does end up being a flagship phone maybe we could see Panasonic add in a 13 megapixel camera like we've been hearing from other smartphone manufacturers of late. Stay tuned for more details as CES rolls around.