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Panasonic Unveils the LUMIXPhone at CEATIC 2010

Panasonic has launched the LUMIXPhone, an innovative smartphone, at an exhibition in Japan, the CEATIC 2010, which is comparable to the US based CES or the German IFA event.


The phone is projected more as a camera, and includes a Mobile Venus Engine, an image processing chip, to enrich or heighten reproduction of colours, and comes in four stunning colours. It does not contain optical zoom, but has a 27 mm wide angle lens and a high 13.2 megapixel CMOS. Its superior flash and glare minimizing special lens coating are the other enhancements available in its image options.

The Panasonic phone has dimensions of 116 mm x 52 mm x 18 mm, and an approximate weight of 146 g. It  also supports picture sharing over WiFi, and is in tune with DLNA devices. Its 3.3 inch touchscreen display, and microSDHC support makes it a very attractive device. It has been crafted chiefly for Japan’s NTT DoCoMo. The cost factor and its availability outside Japan are still unresolved.


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