The Panasonic P11 and T11 are two new dual SIM Android phones that have arrived in the already cluttered smartphone market of the country. It seems like Panasonic has figured out that to make a mark in India it will have to compete with the homegrown companies and that’s exactly what it is doing by introducing devices at competitive prices.
So let’s see what these gadgets have in store for us. First up is the P11 that has a 5-inch HD IPS touchscreen as well as a 2MP camera on the front panel. This means, prospective customers can easily engage in video conferencing over the web, while on the move. The rear side plays host to an 8MP snapper. Apart from two SIM card slots, the phone featuring 4GB internal memory has a microSD expansion bay for increasing the storage by up to 32GB. And some of the other specifications of the Android 4.1-powered device include a 1.2GHz quad core processor, 1GB of RAM, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPRS and GPS amongst others.
The T11 is another affordable gadget that runs the Jelly Bean 4.1 platform. An HD IPS touch panel fitted on the front-side offers a multi-touch real estate of 4 inches and is accompanied by a 5MP camera and a VGA webcam. Just like its aforementioned sibling, it boasts of a quad core processor sprinting at 1.2GHz, 1GB of RAM and 4GB onboard memory expandable by up to 32GB. All the other common attributes like GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and more can also be found in the handset.
The Panasonic P11 and T11 are currently up for sale through Snapdeal for prices of Rs 16,364 and Rs 9,520, respectively.