Panasonic P77 Specifications
Overview of the Panasonic P77
Panasonic has a reputation for manufacturing Smartphones that not only look impressive but are also high on performance and features. The P77 is an excellent choice for those who are looking for an entry-level Android device with a host of features. Alternatively, you can use it as your work phone as the solid build and design are perfect for handling everyday wear and tear.
The P77 was launched in September 2016 and flaunts a 5” HD screen with IPS LCD display. The screen resolution is at 720 x 1280 pixels with 294 PPI (Pixels per Inch). Though the screen doesn’t have any protective glass, you can keep it free from scratches and dents using any third-party tempered glass screen guard.
The Panasonic P77 packs a 1GHz quad-core processor under the hood, which helps you seamlessly switch between apps and handles all your regular tasks with ease. The P77 is available in two variants. You can choose between 8GB/16GB internal storage based on your requirements. Additionally, the internal storage can be expanded up to 32GB using a microSD card.
Android 5.1 Lollipop OS powers the P77 and it comes with a 2000 mAh non-removable battery. The phone supports dual-sim, and the connectivity options include 4G, VoLTE, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi hotspot. The available sensors include an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, and a proximity sensor.
Coming to the camera, the P77 flaunts an 8MP primary camera with a wide variety of features like Digital Zoom, Touch focus and video recording. For clicking selfie, you get the 2MP front-facing camera.
•Physical Dimensions: 143 X 72 x 7.6 mm
Product Highlights – What makes the P77 click?
• Slim and Stylish
The P77 is a great everyday phone. With a thickness of just 7.6mm and a weight of 126g, you can handle it with ease. Also, the stylish build adds to the style quotient of the device.
• Vivid Display
The P77 flaunts a 5” HD IPS display that produces crisp images and sharp text. The vivid colours and bright screen provide you with an immersive experience while watching videos and browsing the internet.
• Capable Multitasker
The P77 comes with 1GB RAM that handles regular day-to-day tasks with ease. It switches between apps without any stutter or delay. Additionally, the internal storage space of 8/16GB is quite adequate to meet all your storage requirements. Also, you have the option to further extend the memory up to 32GB using a microSD card.
• Power of the Quad-core Processor
The P77 comes with a Quad-core processor with a clock speed of 1.0GHz, which gives you a smooth mobile experience that can handle even the most demanding tasks with ease.
• Capture your Memories
The 8MP rear camera comes with an LED flash that helps you click super-sharp images even in low-light. This way you don’t have to look for a DSLR or a point-and-shoot camera to click your memories. Also, the 2MP selfie-cam helps you click picture-perfect selfies for your social media networks.
• Wide array of Connectivity Options
With the P77 you get a wide array of connectivity options like 4G, VoLTE, Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth. Additionally, the dual-sim setup helps you handle both your personal and work calls on a single device.
• All-day Battery
The P77 has a 2000 mAh battery that keeps your device powered throughout your workday. Now, you don’t have to search for a power outlet in the midst of your busy day.
Pros – The Good
•The uni-body all-metal design gives a premium look to the device.
•4G VoLTE connectivity out of the box.
•Ergonomic design makes it a pleasure to hold and operate the device, even while on the move.
•You have the option to pause during recording a video and continue after some time.
•The rear camera is capable of clicking images that are noise-free while capturing even the tiny details, thanks to the LED flash.
Cons – The Bad
•The P77 runs on Android Marshmallow, which feels a bit outdated as Android Nougat is out and Android Oreo is on its way.
•The phone tends to get a bit warm when running memory intensive apps.
•No support for OTG and NFC.
•Lack of a display protector glass.
•The display resolution though looks good on paper, feels a bit washed out especially when watching videos.