Panasonic P55 Max: Smartphone with Multiple Days Battery Backup

Mobile Brands are now launching Budget Smartphone with the Huge Battery Capacity. Panasonic P55 Max is 5.5 inches Phone supporting 4G/VoLTE launched by company especially for Indian consumers. This smartphone is targeted for the user craving for a phone which can run for a couple of days on a single charge. Let's have a look at the offering features.

Features of Panasonic P55 Max

This phone has 5.5 inches High Definition IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with quite impressive 75.6% screen-to-body ratio that left very less area for the bezels. It has 267 ppi pixel density although it would better if they provide Either full HD or AMOLED display. There is Asahi Dragontrail Glass is protecting the display from accidental scratches. The phone is quite heavier with 180 grams of weight obviously because of 5000 mAh battery.
The phone is running on Android v7.0 (Nougat) OS offering the stock Android experience and the performance is controlled by the MediaTek MT6737 Octa-core processor coupled with 3 GB RAM. You will get 16 GB Internal storage and a slot to add the microSD card up to 128 GB. To add SD card there is a dedicated slot so you can add 2 SIM cards along with SD card.

Smartphone featuring 13 Megapixel primary shooter with surprisingly quad-LED flash which can also record the videos up to 1080p resolutions and there is also 5 MP Secondary selfie camera. There are multiple smartphone brands which are including a fingerprint sensor in this price category smartphone but unfortunately, Panasonic P55 Max doesn't have a fingerprint scanner.

The key attraction of this smartphone is its Huge 5000 mAh battery, which offers 2 days battery backup on a single charge. There are 2 color variants available (Champagne Gold and Matte Black) in Online store, Check the Current Minimum price of Panasonic P55 Max.

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