Panasonic launched two models, Eluga Ray Max and Eluga Ray X last month at the prices of INR 11,499 and INR 8,999 respectively. Both the models have company’s own Artificial Intelligence called Arbo. The external storage of smartphones can be expanded upto 64GB. The color variants of the phone are Gold, Space Grey and Rose Gold.
Arbo-new virtual Assistant is a self-learning technology launched by the company. It understands the users behavior and then works according to it. With the feature, “Location Indentification”, the smartphone recognizes the most visited places and further sends out required responses. The Arbo feature also looks over the applications like calls and messages that needs to be framed and are required to be sent on the regular basis. Also, it keeps the track o other applications and get the necessary details on their habits and informs when required.
About Eluga Ray Max
It is a 5.2-inch Full HD smartphone protected with Corning gorilla Glass 3. The phone comes in two variants, 32GB and 64GB. It runs with Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. The phone also has a dual sim port. The phone carries a fingerprint scanner at the front body. It has a 3000 mAh power backup.
About Eluga Ray X
It is a 5.5-inch HD smartphone protected with Corning gorilla Glass 3. The models comes in a 3GB RAM and 32GB of external storage which is further expandable via microSD card. It runs with Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. It packs a 13-megapixel of secondary camera and 5-megapixel of primary camera. It has a 4000 mAh power backup.
Business Head of Panasonic, Pankaj Rana, said, “ Further to taking forward the legacy of the highly successful Eluga series, we are happy to inform that our new AI assistant-Arbo featured smartphones Eluga Raymax and Ray X will be available on Flipkart from 17th April onwards. With increased internet penetration and growing popularity of online shopping, combined with growing demand for smartphones, we have exclusively tied up with Flipkart in order to reach out to our customers in every corner of the country. With this partnership, we aim to make technology accessible to all and amplify our reach to a larger audience”