Those from Panasonic don’t come out very often with new phones, but when they do, they don’t fail to capture the audience’s attention.
In principle, those who generated the highest buzz during MWC 2016 through the phones launches, are Samsung, LG, and to some extent, Sony. It seems that in the beginning of 2017, Panasonic also wants to convince you about the merits of its premium smartphone.
Panasonic FZ-N1 isn’t the most attractive smartphone and doesn’t try to be one, but with a price of 1,500 dollars, you realize it would be better to do more than simple phone calls. As indeed happened in the past, when it comes to gadgets produced by Panasonic, the price is justified by an almost absurd resistance level to damage and various certifications which attest this.
The new Panasonic FZ-N1 has not only suffered falls from 1,8 meters on more surfaces without any consequences but coped to a number of 2,000 falls in a very short time, from one meter high. IP65 and IP67 certified, FZ-N1 has no problems with exposure to dust and can spend over half an hour in the water, about one meter deep.
After all this treatment, the smartphone in the image above behaved as it was a new one. The screen doesn’t scratch and doesn’t break, only in extreme conditions. About the hardware specifications, it’s a little bit frustrating, but the phone does have some decent specifications. It’s built with a 4.7-inch HD panel, has a Snapdragon processor clocked at 2.3 GHz inside, and the amount of RAM is 2GB. The internal memory is 16GB. It’s worth to know that the smartphone will be available for purchase with both Android and Windows 10 loT Mobile Enterprise, with the mention that the Windows model will be 100 dollars more expensive.