Panasonic has yet released its teased image and video of its upcoming Panasonic P81 smartphone, a glimpse that was shown earlier this month in the form of a teaser image.
While the previous image hinted a swappable back covers for the smartphone, the latest teaser image clearly shows ‘octa-core’ written at the bottom and suggests its launch in May.
The image also focuses on the smartphone’s performance, by saying ‘Get ready for speed’ as you can see in the image above. The teaser video once again teases the Panasonic P81’s speed, and boasts of an octa-core processor. However, the processor which will be used is not mentioned. It’s being speculated that the Panasonic P81 will flaunt a MediaTek octa-core SoC, and a full-HD display.
The firm, earlier this week posted another teaser image on its Facebook page focusing on the Panasonic P81’s SMART app switch feature along with a statement “Flip Across Your Favourite Worlds.” This may indicates that users, through the Smart app switch feature, can simply jump from one app to another. The feature has not yet been detailed by the company.
Panasonic P81 will also include a slew of pre0loaded applications such as Evernote, Readwhere, Hungama etc.
The firm last launched the Panasonic P31 smartphone in March this year.
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