Panasonic, the company which recently released a number of affordable smartphones in India, has now announced two feature phones dubbed EZ180 and EZ240 that completely refrain from digging a hole in users’ pockets. They fall in the sub-Rs 2000 category.
Both of these phones have been loaded with the support for the Hindi language and you can expect a lot of other features too. These include a security inbox, a mobile tracker as well as application privacy amongst other things, reports PTI. The two basic phones employ the alphanumeric keypad.
Let’s first take a look at the features of the EZ240. It brings a 2.4-inch display and its rear panel sports a 1.3MP camera. You get the option of increasing its internal memory by up to 16GB using a microSD card and a 1200mAh battery can be expected to keep the device going for at least a day. Other features include FM recording, Bluetooth, LED torch, GPRS and more.
The Panasonic EZ180 brings a 1.8-inch display, a 0.3MP camera and a microSD slot that supports memory card of up to 16GB capacity. It tags along an Indian Calendar, Bluetooth, LED Torch, GPRS, a 1000mAh battery and a lot of other things.
The Panasonic EZ180 is available in grey, white and black, and silver and black for Rs 1,350, while the EZ240 can be picked up in blue, grey and white shades for Rs 1,790.
Common features of the phones:
– Alphanumeric keypad
– Rear camera
– Memory expandable by up to 16GB
– FM, FM recording, FM alarm
– GPRS, Bluetooth
– LED torch
– Removable battery