Panasonic targets smartphones sale to reach 3 lakh units in Oct-Nov
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Panasonic targets smartphones sale to reach 3 lakh units in Oct-Nov

New Delhi, Oct 4: Consumer technology company Panasonic on Thursday revealed its much-awaited Eluga X1 and X1 Pro smartphone with enhanced AI technology, offering seamless experience and ultimate performance to its customers.

Panasonic India and South Asia president Manish Sharma told UNI that the company is planning to sell 300,000 units in the months of October and November, adding that now-a-days to promote sales companies focus on creation of products rather than the strategy. When the product is good, the sales target will automatically be met.

Eluga X1 features 16MP Front camera while X1 Pro comes with 16MP+5MP dual rear camera.

Eluga X1 Pro comes with wireless charging technology which enables consumers to charge their phone anytime and anywhere, making them live wireless.

The smartphones also feature AI Sense infra red face unlock, which uses infrared sensors in the camera, allowing consumers to unlock the devices, even in low light conditions or during night.

Both the devices are packed with 3000mAh battery and provide Arbo Hub, which allows users to access multiple apps and services on a single platform.

Sharma further said the company has collaborated with Flipkart for the sale of the two devices, which are available at Rs 22,990 and Rs 26,990, respectively.

The smartphones will be available in two colours- Silver and Dark Grey, he added. (UNI)