After teasing the device for a while Panasonic has finally released its latest flagship device, the P81 in India today. The device will go on sale for a price of rs 18,990 making it a direct competitor for the likes of Micromax knight and Karbonn Hexa. We are pretty sure that the device will be available for far lesser once it is available in the market.
On the specs front, the P81 comes with a 5.5 inch 720 P display and is powered by an octa Core Chip which is actually a Mediatek chip MTK6592 with each core clocked at about 1.7 GHz. The device has a RAM of 1 GB and 8 GB ROM which can be expanded using an external Micro SD slot. The camera on board is a 13 MP rear shooter with f/2.2 lens and 5 MP front facing shooter for Skype and Hangout sessions. The P81 will come with Android JellyBean 4.2.2 out of the box though panasonic have said the available to KitKat will be available though no date on when would that happen has been released.
The Panasonic P81 is a dual SIM device so you can have two SIMs on standby. It also has the FM Radio player which is a big deal for those in India. The battery on board is a 2500 mAh which is a bit of a disappointment. It would be available in stores starting today and will ship with loads of free goodies and bundled apps worth of Rs 10,000 and more combined.