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Panasonic launches new P31 phablet

Panasonic has announced the launch of P31 phablet with a large screen and host of improvements including a quad core processor.

The P31 has a 5-inch screen powered by a 1.3GHz Quad Core smartphone and will run on Android Jelly Bean. The device will have an 8MP Full HD capable Autofocus camera while the 2000 mAh battery allows the phone to run for long time. The device will be the first to feature Panasonic's "Play Life" bouquet of features offering customers a customizable user experience.

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Panasonic to withdraw from smartphone market: report

Japan-based consumer electronics giant Panasonic Corp has reportedly decided to withdraw from the smartphone market.

Citing sources familiar with the developments at Panasonic, Kyodo news service reported that the Japanese consumer electronics maker told mobile phone operator NTT Docomo that it would stop supplying new smartphones from this winter.

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Sony and Panasonic team up to develop 300GB substitute to Blu-Ray

Consumer electronics giants Sony and Panasonic have teamed up to bring a 300GB replacement to existing storage solution Blu-Ray by the end of 2015.

The two companies said in a statement that they wanted to offer storage solutions capable of preserving valuable data for future generations by actively promoting the adoption of a new standard for futuristic high-capacity optical storage discs.

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Panasonic introduces 3D High-definition camcorder for consumer market

Japanese electronics firm Panasonic on Wednesday introduced 3D high-definition camcorder, the Panasonic HDC-SDT750, for the consumer market.

The Panasonic HDC-SDT750 camcorder makes use of a 3D conversion lens, and can record left-eye and right-eye images concurrently to produce a stereoscopic image that can be played back on a 3D-capable television.

In addition, the new camcorder is capable of recording full high-definition images when the 3D lens is not placed. The device also has a time lapse recording feature that can play scenes like the blooming of a flower at accelerated speed.

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Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-FX70 camera

Panasonic has extended its Lumix line by adding a new digital camera, called the DMC-FX70, to it.

The FX70 features F2.2 super bright 24mm ultra wide angle Leica Lens, which allows the camera to shoot at higher shutter speed that offers clearer, sharper and blur-free images. The FX70 also offers a 5x optical zoom and is controlled by a 76mm LCD touchscreen.

The FX70, which comes in black and silver, features also features Power Optical Image Stabilisation, face detection as well as intelligent scene selection.

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