The new phone from Panasonic is the very popular Panasonic PDAs with a range of high-end features. It remains the biggest Android smartphone under Rs 10,000, making it desirable for high-end users. The new phone from Panasonic comes with a powerful chipset, theolla SGHibe A+ processor. The impressive specs of the phone are not enough to make it a high-end smartphone. The new phone has some great features like a 5.5 inch screen, an eight megapixel camera, a high-definition camera, a capacitive keyboard, a reasonably priced price, and it runs on the same OS as the old model.
One of the best features of the phone is the mid-range technology called the Reno 6 Pro Juice Plus. It provides the user with a big and powerful camera with auto focus, but it gives it a complete improvement with the addition of the Juice Plus technology. It gives the user a visual experience similar to taking a digital still. The camera’s features are very good, but it is lacking in other areas. The phone has a slim body and a weight of 140 grams. It is one of the lightest mid-range phones in the market and it has a charging port that doubles up as a micro SD card reader.
The touch screen of the phone is a relatively normal size, but it is able to be a little bit higher at times. It is also able to achieve a maximum color resolution of 3.2 million colors. The major selling point of the phone is its slim design and the powerful hardware that goes into creating it. The reno 6 pro comes with a large LCD panel and a full QWERTY keyboard. This keyboard has a nice, clear color display that looks great and the built in speakers of the phone ensure that the sound quality is top notch. Reno 6 Pro
The powerful hardware in the reno 6 pro includes two Mega Pixels, an Adreno scanning engine, and a capacitive Realtone scoring keyboard. The built in screen protector also adds a nice touch of protection for the screen. One of the biggest advantages of the phone is its slim design which really helps it blend into a bag. It also has an easy to use on screen keyboard which makes entering text a lot easier.
There are a couple of different memory options for the reno 6 pro; you can get a model with either a Class A or B RAM. This is a slight upgrade from the predecessor which had a class C Samsung memory. The difference is very minimal, but it does make the phone slightly more powerful. The largest change however is the increased RAM from a Terabytes to a Spa as opposed to the previous 8GB. With the increased RAM your device will run faster and be able to handle more applications. There was no noticeable degradation in the speed or performance of the device when running a number of software at the same time, this is just what I experienced.
The screen size of the reno 6 pro is one of the biggest draws. The phone is only 5.2 inches but it easily fills up the available space. The screen has excellent resolution and is bright and sharp, especially at night. I have personally found the layout to be very nice and the screen to be responsive. In my brief time with the phone I found the screen to be extremely responsive and enjoyable. If you’re looking for a mid-range Android phone that is durable and capable, then take a look at the refurbished reno six pro.