Panasonic’s as of late launched Eluga Arc Smartphone wants to change that, parading awesome looks and encouraging a great client experience also. Valued at Rs 12,490, the Smartphone is set to give an intense battle to as of late dispatched contenders like Coolpad Note 3 Plus and Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016).
We surveyed the Panasonic Eluga Arc to know whether it has what it takes to make it in the aggressive Indian Smartphone market. This is what we think about the gadget.
Design and display
Panasonic Eluga Arc is surely one of the most attractive Smartphone we’ve checked on, emerging in an ocean of dull looking spending plan gadgets. It highlights a smaller structure variable with bended edges that make it agreeable to hold. The smooth configuration and gold completion of the Smartphone confer it a premium look and feel. The Eluga Arc dons a unibody plan with the sim- tray being situated on the left side. Power catch and volume rocker are set on the right side, while the microUSB port is situated at the base. The bended back of the Smartphone houses an 8MP camera with LED streak, alongside a fingerprint sensor.
Panasonic Eluga Arc has a 4.7-inch HD display with 720×1280 pixels determination. The screen feels somewhat little, given that the larger part of us is utilized to Smartphone’s with screen sizes of 5-inches or more. Be that as it may, it has rich shading generation which makes watching motion pictures and playing recreations an enjoyment. Seeing edges are additionally really respectable, yet the screen is intelligent which makes it an agony to utilize the phone under direct sunlight.
Aside from the presentation, the front panel is home to a 5MP front-confronting camera and the standard accumulation of sensors. The Smartphone offers 360-degree UI revolution in both representation and scene modes. This permits the phone to be utilized paying little heed to how it’s gotten.
Performance and camera
Panasonic Eluga Arc is fueled by a 1.2GHz quad- core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor matched with 2GB of RAM. The Smartphone offers 16GB of inside capacity which can be extended further utilizing a microSD card. Amid our testing, the phone took care of graphically escalated amusements like Asphalt 8 and GT Racing 2 truly well. There was no lag; however we noticed some warming issues while gaming consistently. Multi tasking with opening and exchanging various applications ended up being a non-issue too.
Going to the camera side of things, the Eluga Arc 2 has an 8MP back camera with LED streak and a 5MP front snapper for selfies. Amid our testing, the camera performed truly well and conveyed not too bad pictures in splendid sunlight. Colour proliferation was fresh too, with adequate enumerating.
Be that as it may, the zooming usefulness was not up to the imprint and the camera grabbed a ton of computerized commotion in zoomed pictures. Low light pictures and indoor photographs didn’t end up being that great either. Indeed, even the selfie camera was normal.
The Panasonic Eluga Arc is yet another financial plan Smartphone, with its configuration being the main argument. At Rs 12,490 we feel that the gadget is somewhat over-evaluated, considering its fair spec sheet. Those searching for options can consider gadgets like LeEco 1s, Cooplad Note 3 Plus and Xiaomi Redmi Note 3.