Panasonic has announced its first mobile device for the European market in over five years, a smartphone going by the name of Eluga. Though more details are promised tomorrow, the company is giving us a taste of the phone’s specs today including its 4.3-inch qHD display and support for NFC. The Eluga is due in March and features a waterproof, dustproof casing and is said to be lightweight and thin. Though it wasn’t specified, the device should ship with Android. An exact OS version is not known. We’ll be keeping an eye out for more details as they emerge.
[via The Verge]