If you’re like me, you’re an avid user of the camera on your phone. You don’t want to have to carry around an SLR all day, so we just rely on having a decent camera on our phones. Well, Panasonic has taken that to a whole new level with their newest device which I like to call, “The phone-camera.” The Lumix Phone is a 13.2 mega-pixel snapshot machine which just so happens to run Android 2.3 as well.
This device has a 4″ qHD screen, waterproof body, and a dual-core OMAP processor with plenty of other noteworthy specs.
- Android 2.3
- 4-inch QHD LCD screen with 960×540 resolution
- 13.2MP CMOS Lumix sensor with “Mobile Venus Engine“
- waterproof body (IPX5/7)
- TI OMAP4430 dual-core CPU (1GHz)
- compatible with SoftBank’s “Ultra Speed” high-speed data communication service (max. 21Mbps)
- microSDHC card slot
- IEEE802.11b/g/n Wifi
- Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
- infrared connection
- e-wallet function
- digital TV tuner
- W-CDMA, GSM
- size: 64×123×9.8mm weight: 128g
No word yet from Panasonic on pricing or if it will ever come to the US, but we can hope. And how about a nice little shade of pink?