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Panasonic could be bringing a smartphone to MWC 2014

Just when you thought Panasonic was out of the smartphone game, something may have pulled them back in. A new report suggests the Japanese OEM will introduce a new smartphone at MWC this February in Barcelona. Though a pretty interesting device, it’s probably not going to be one you’d have the chance to consider for your next purchase.

Panasonic teams with Norwegian Airlines to bring first in-flight Android entertainment system

Long flights are tedious, to understate it, and in-flight entertainment options have traditionally been lacking. While fliers can take a device with them, the device is separate from the flying experience, something that has fueled the newly announced partnership between Panasonic Aviation and Norwegian Airlines to launch the first-ever in-flight Android entertainment system.

Panasonic unveils Eluga P-03E 4.7-inch smartphone

Panasonic has announced a new Android-powered smartphone called the ELUGA P-03. The smartphone features a 4.7-inch full HD resolution display. The native resolution of that panel is 1920 x 1080. Panasonic is positioning the new smartphone as a high-end device and it's 10.9 mm thick.

Panasonic preparing 1080p smartphone for Japan

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.

Panasonic ELUGA headed to Japan March 29th, Europe soon after

Panasonic's most exciting mobile product in years is the ELUGA (and its big brother the ELUGA Power) spotted at Mobile World Congress, by the sheer novelty that it'll actually be available outside of Panasonic's home country of Japan. It'll stop off there first, though: NTT DoCoMo has announced that it'll make the phone available on March 29th as the NEXT series P-04D. (See, it's not just US carriers that give phones new names for no reason.) After that, it'll head for Europe in April, where the ELUGA Power is already stocked for pre-order. If you're a European who's miffed at the prospect of getting the phone later, take comfort in the fact that your phone won't be colored purple like NTT DoCoMo's.
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