Panasonic Corporation is a Japanese group founded in 1918 that specialises in electronics. Formerly named Matsushita, the group changed its name to Panasonic Corporation in January 2008, Panasonic being a subsidiary of Matsushita. Panasonic began producing mobile phones in 1998, and smartphones in 2012, launching the Eluga DL1 model, powered by Android. In May 2017, Panasonic releases a series of 3 phones: Eluga Ray, Eluga P85 and Eluga i3 Mega. Eluga i3 Mega is a medium-sized smartphone with a 5-inch screen with a resolution of 720x1280 pixels. It uses the Android 6.0 operating system (Marshmallow) and a quad-core processor that runs at 1.3 Mhz. I3 Mega is equipped with a 13-megapixel photo sensor that can record videos at 720p, plus a 5-megapixel front camera. Its storage capacity is 16 GB, expandable to 64 GB, with a RAM of 3 GB. This smartphone has a fingerprint scanner so that only its owner can access it. No information has yet been unveiled about the future plans of the Japanese group in terms of smartphone.
Noreve, French luxury
Your little technological marvels are constantly confronted with external damage and risk shocks and scratches at any time, unless you have adequate protection. Maison Noreve, established in Saint-Tropez, has exceptional know-how in terms of cases, covers, holders and sleeves for electronic devices. Materials are selected with care and hand-crafted by skilled craftsmen to provide you with beautiful covers. Choose the leather and colour and you can get a fully customised cover. What more could we dream for?