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Thankfully, we all know that Panasonic not only makes TVs alone but other electronic gadgets such as smartphones. Some smartphones produced by Panasonic which we have gone through their specs include the Panasonic Eluga A3 and the Panasonic Eluga A3 Pro. Panasonic has decided to add another smartphone to their P series of smartphones. This time, it is the Panasonic P9. Panasonic P9 has an average screen display size. Despite being a budget smartphone, it has the 4G LTE with VoLTE network type. The smartphone is an affordable one but some things are way low that grinds its stand as a budget smartphone. Let’s look into some of the specifications of the Panasonic P9.


The smartphone has an average display size of 5.0 inches. The smartphone has a low screen resolution of 854 x 480 pixels that handles the clarity and crispness of texts, images and icons. The display type of the smartphone is the IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen. The pixel density of the smartphone is approx. 294 ppi. The smartphone is well protected by the Asahi Dragontrail Glass protection.


The smartphone’s rear has a camera quality of 8MP that captures images and records video. The rear camera has the vf/2.0 aperture as well as a LED flash for acting as a brightening agent to images taken in low light and dark conditions. The front camera although having no LED flash has a 5MP quality for taking selfies and also recording videos.


The RAM of the smartphone is pegged at 1GB which handles the smooth running of apps. The internal storage of the smartphone is not bad. Being a budget smartphone, it packs a 16GB internal storage. The internal storage can be expanded to 32GB with the use of a micro SD card.


The smartphone uses the 64-bit MediaTek MT6737M chipset. Its CPU is a Quad core processor that runs at a processor speed of 1.1GHz. The smartphone’s graphics is handled by the ARM Mali T720. The smartphone runs on the Android v7.0 Nougat OS.


The smartphone uses a non-removable 2,200mAh Li-Ion battery. This isn’t bad for a smartphone in the budget category.

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