“Panasonic joins the KitKat party in India with the budget T41”
The Panasonic T41 is the first Android 4.4 KitKat-powered smartphone from the Japanese tech giant. Now the device is available via major online retail stores for around Rs 7,500. Its launch in the country was reported earlier this month by the Mumbai-based mobile retailer, Mahesh Telecom. With low-level specifications at this price point, it will face stiff competition from the likes of the Moto E, Micromax Unite 2 and Lava Iris X1. (also read: Best KitKat powered smartphones below Rs 7,000)
Coming to the specifications, the Panasonic T41 comes with a 4.5-inch capacitive IPS LCD display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. The processor under the hood is a 1.3GHz CPU of unknown make with four cores and paired with 512MB of RAM. There is 4GB of internal storage on board, which you can expand further up to 32GB using a microSD card. The camera features include a 5MP rear shooter accompanied by an LED flash and a VGA front shooter. Connectivity-wise, it offers 3G, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth 4.0, dual-SIM slots and GPS. It’s fuelled by a 1,650mAh battery. Panasonic has also added a bunch of software tweaks in the phone including Gesture Play, Pop-I Mode and Drag-n-Play modes.
The smartphone is offered with multiple freebies worth Rs 9,900 that include digital magazine subscription from India Today for three months, music and videos worth Rs 1,000 from Hungama, Evernote premium services and Readwhere content worth Rs 5,000.