The smartphone industry is an unforgiving industry; there is no doubt about it. Panasonic, the company that once loomed large in manufacturing electronic gadgets has had learn this.This month, the company (Panasonic) released their new iconic gadgets (Eluga Pulse and Panasonic Eluga Pulse X) to precede its Eluga series. And when taking a keen look on these two new devices, it is almost clear that Panasonic has really tried hard to keep an authentic look while adding even better features that can make it at bar with most modern smartphones. Now, I am sure you too may be wondering which of the two phones could be better to replace your phone or why you may even need to replace it.
In a nutshell, the two phones share a lot in their performance. However, the Eluga Pulse X throws in a little magic (that of course comes at some added cost). Before you make any decision yet, it could be cool if you stopped and considered the following:
#1: Display. Do you want a 5.0’ or a 5.5’ (Panasonic Eluga Pulse X)
The Panasonic Eluga Pulse boasts of a 5.0’ full HD screen while its counterpart Panasonic Eluga Pulse X in a 5.5’ full HD screen. In essence, the two phones do not differ much in the performance of the screen but on the sizes. While the Eluga Pulse gives a smaller and portable screen (best for office), the other gives a 5.5’ screen, which is obviously a thrill for mobile gamers.
#2: Camera: A 13MP/5MP (front)
I must admit that the two have very awesome cameras. However, once again the two phones present a similarity in camera performance. Both the Eluga Pulse and the Panasonic Eluga Pulse X have got a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. The two phones still share an equal measure of software support for the cameras as both have the autofocus, the normal facial detection among many other common smartphone camera features.
So, if you are the “ace of selfies”, it will not matter which one of the two phones you will carry home.
#3: Processor & Memory support
Both Panasonic Eluga Pulse X and Eluga Pulse are powered by a quad-core processor with a speed of 1.25GHz.Nevertheless, Eluga pulse X is installed with a 3GB RAM which is way above the 2GB RAM installed in the Eluga Pulse.
Finally, both phones have internal memory storage of 16GB and can be extended by Micro SD up to 128GB.
#4: Software Support
The two phones are powered by Android version 6.0 - Marshmallow.
Now, I must admit this is of course is not a much updated version of Android (given the fact that we now got Android 7.1). However, considering the fact that the phones costs just about $200, I wonder if there could have been any better option. Also, these phones support about 94% of all android application. So, this phones are really good; to say the least.
#5: Batteries. Here is one reason you will really need Panasonic Eluga Pulse X
Besides the memory, the two phones also present much of a contrast on their batteries. The Eluga Pulse’s battery can store charge of up to 2200mAh. This of course means the phone can last just about twice as much as an average smart phone without being charged. Now, when thinking of the 3000mAh battery capacity of the Eluga Pulse X; I venture rather to write nothing.
If you love talking or just watching videos, you need not to believe a word. Just give this phone a try, it doesn’t disappoint.