updated 09:55 pm EST, Tue February 21, 2012
Smartphone said to be followed by tablet
After teasing the Eluga smartphone early this week, Panasonic is reportedly set to introduce yet another Android-based handset next week at Mobile World Congress. Unnamed sources have told Pocket-Lint the company will announce a higher-end device with a larger touchscreen dual-core processor and a front-facing camera.
Additional details remain unclear, though the camera is said to integrate some form of Lumix technology taken from the company's standalone cameras. The display is also claimed to utilize Panasonic's own technology, rather than a standard OLED or LCD panel.
Separate sources suggest the company is also working on a consumer tablet, however it remains unclear if the device will be unveiled next week.