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Panasonic P90 Review – Price, Availability, Specifications, and Features

Last updated on October 20th, 2019

Once again, One of the world’s largest electronics manufactures Panasonic released its another pocket-friendly and entry-level smartphone namely Panasonic P90 which is immediately available for sale in Australia, US, UK and all other major countries via online and offline channels in Blue, Black and Gold colour options. Sporting a 5-inches HD display and powered by a quad-core MediaTek chipset. Moreover, a 16GB of ROM is ready to accommodate your data and 2400mAh battery gives you an excellent backup with a single charge. To dig down inside completely, here is Panasonic P90 review. Let’s get it on!

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Panasonic P90 Price and Availability

The Panasonic P90 Price in Australia starts from AU$110, which after conversion comes to around INR 5599 and approx. USD 82.

As far as Panasonic P90 release date in Australia, the US and other countries are concerned, it’s available from June 2018 in Blue, Black and Gold colours options (as mentioned above).

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Panasonic P90 Specs

Here is a quick rundown of Panasonic P90 specifications and features. So, let’s have a look.

  • Dimensions: 143 x 71.8 x 9.3 mm
  • Weight: 151.7 grams
  • SIM: Dual SIM
  • Display Size: 5.0-inches IPS LCD
  • Display Resolution: 720 x 1280 pixels
  • Display Protection: Corning Gorilla Glass
  • Operating System: Android 7.0 Nougat
  • Chipset: Mediatek MT6737
  • CPU: Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A53
  • GPU: Mali-T720
  • RAM: 1GB
  • ROM: 16GB
  • Rear Camera: 5MP
  • Front Camera: 5MP
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, USB
  • Battery: 2400mAh Non-Removable
  • Colours: Blue, Gold, Black

A Brief Description of Panasonic P90 Features

The Panasonic P90 is particularly designed to handle your basic tasks and suit the requirements of first-time smartphone users. The P90 lacks a fingerprint scanner (its ok), but sports a polycarbonate plastic back panel (Yahoo!).

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Talking about its display, Panasonic P90 houses a 5-inch IPS LCD display paired with perfect viewing angles making your playing games or watching videos a pleasurable experience. However, under bright light, the screen accuracy isn’t great and you’re required to struggle to read the content. To keep P90’s display safe from minor falls and scratches, it comes with Corning’s Gorilla Glass protection.

There is nothing to expect a lot in terms of performance as Panasonic P90 is loaded with a low-grade quad-core MediaTek MT6737 Chipset and 1GB of RAM. The company doesn’t promise a lag-free experience or multitasking.

The Panasonic P90 features a 5MP rear and 5MP front-facing sensor. One of the unique factors of Panasonic P90 is that along with a rear sensor, the front-facing camera has an LED flash too which aids low-light images, videos as well as selfies.

To accommodate your files and data, Panasonic P90 comes with an onboard memory of 16GB which can be expanded further up to 128GB using a microSD card. Most interestingly, there is a dedicated microSD card slot, very much unlike other smartphones that incorporate a Hybrid SIM structure.

As for its software, Panasonic P90 is based on an out-dated Android 7.0 Nougat operating system, alas!

Those who are upgrading their selves from feature phones, a 2400mAh battery is considered enough to stay online all day long under a light usage, but won’t deliver more than that with a heavy usage.

Connectivity options that come along with Panasonic P90 are Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, Infrared, and USB.

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Staphanie Kyle is one of the youngest members managing gadget reviews and other high priority news and stories for TechenGuru. When she isn’t working, you can find her listening songs and watching documentaries and sports.
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