Excerpt: First attempts at a new gadget category are usually disappointing, or have far too many rough edges for comfort. However, the fact that the Panasonic P51 does well on both those fronts gives it a rather solid platform to build on.
Summary: The P51’s launch price of Rs 26,990 put many of us off; since on paper it seemed nothing more than a better built Canvas HD . Even taking into consideration the premium for the brand name, it was still overpriced.
Summary: P51 is the first smartphone launched by Panasonic in India. It was launched in May 2013 for Rs 26,990 and right now it is available at a best buy price of Rs 19,000. So will the phone be able to attract the users attention or it will just end up being another Android smartphone in the market.
Pros: Build Quality, Good Camera Quality, Battery Life
Summary: Rs. 12020 We have been reviewing Panasonic P 51 for the last 14 days and here is our take on the company's first smartphone for Indian consumers. If a handset player doesn't have a phone for the Indian market, it is not on the right track. This is not a personal statement.
Summary: Never mind smartphones, we can’t remember the last time Panasonic launched a mobile phone in India. Sure, the brand has enjoyed success in our markets in its other product lines but its mobile phones have been largely restricted to the Japanese and European markets.
Summary: I f you consider the various electronics brands available in the Asian market, Panasonic has pretty much one of the widest product portfolios available. Cameras, home entertainment products such as televisions and Blu-ray players, appliances such as air conditioners and refrigerators, kitchen...
Summary: Entering the Indian smartphone market is not an easy proposition. The market is flooded with a number of local vendors who are blooming thanks to the market for low-cost Android smartphones, and the high-end is dominated by Samsung and Apple, while Nokia and BlackBerry make do with the left overs.
Conclusion: The Panasonic P51 is available for Rs 22,400. For this price, the handset packs in a sharp and vibrant screen. The phone's design is quite pleasant, and the build quality is also very good. Moreover, its camera is impressive and there's nothing to complain about its music quality.
Pros: Excellent screen; Sturdy build; Very good camera; Dual-SIM functionality.
Cons: Paltry internal storage; Lock button not easily accessible.
Summary: Panasonic announced and launched its first and only smartphone for the Indian market – the Panasonic P51 last week. It is supposed to be its splashing entry into the crowded Indian smartphone market and everybody expected it to make an entry in the low-mid end segment where the volume is, so did we.
Pros: Good build quality, Great display, Decent camera, Amazing battery life
Cons: Bad pricing, Low internal memory, Low performance for the price