Panasonic’s oddly named Eluga has been planned to be one of their first phones to leave Japan, something the company has not previously done. We now have dates, and the Eluga will be launching in Japan on March 29. April will be the date the phone goes international, and will be hitting Europe sometime in April.
Both versions will launch with Android 2.3 as the pre-loaded OS version, but an update to Android 4.0 will be followed shortly. Hopefully we’ll get to see the phone in the US, as more competition is always better, and that’s just a downright sexy phone. Who likes the Panasonic Eluga? Does the name change how you feel about it? Let us know in the comments!
via The Verge