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PANASONIC / Android phone for Europe!

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The Japanese giant Panasonic returns to Europe after retiring from the smartphone market, there are now more than 5 years.

After the success of its 3D TVs and its cameras IOC with his new optical X , the firm will therefore propose an Ultra Slim 4.3 inch OLED, NFC and Android model and comprises elapsed 1,500,000 copies from fiscal year 2012.

Ambitions Panasonic would sell 9 million smartphones outside Japan. And as a reminder, Panasonic is still present in Japan, where its models remain in the technology race. Moreover, this monolith design gives it a certain resemblance to the Nokia Lumia 800 and the Samsung Galaxy S2. Moreover, no name has been announced, but a few things told me that the name Lumix Phone could resurface, it would also be interesting to see two sensor 12/14 MP on this kind of model in cartons.

Presentation at upcoming CES 2012 in Las Vegas?

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And you, are you ready to buy a Panasonic smartphone in 2012?

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