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Panasonic introduces new ELUGA C, its first smartphone without borders

It seems that the borderless archetype will be the trend of the future in the smartphone market, taking into account the number of brands in the technological scenario that bet on these concepts of “infinite displays” in 2023, offering screens that take the devices on end-to-end – and how about ending November with another smartphone that rules out the more traditional design in its essence?

The name of the new smartphone is part of a line that is already known with Panasonic, the ELUGA.

Panasonic introduced the new ELUGA C this week, which in turn is the first phone without borders from the Japanese brand.

The previous promotional material does not reveal much but confirms that the ELUGA C will be made official on November 29.

ELUGA C, the first smartphone without borders from Panasonic.

Panasonic will use the end of the month to embark on the squad that does not see more beauty on the edges that once were so successful in the market, and the ELUGA C still refers a lot to Xiaomi devices in this area, such as the Mi Mix family.

Although there is not much to report on the specifications of this cell phone, we note that ELUGA C has an edge-to-edge display concept similar to Sharp Aquos Crystal.

The teaser shows that ELUGA C has space to allocate the physical home button with the integrated digital player and front camera with LED flash on the bottom of the phone – we have something close to Mi Mix 2. Panasonic also revealed that the ELUGA C would boot the Android 7 Nougat operating system, and the brand’s official smart assistant can also be integrated.

We will be reporting more information about ELUGA C until the November 29 event, including specifications, available markets, and of course the launch price of this smartphone.

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