There are lots of Android phones in market, and if you want an affordable Android phone then you will get lost of options from Indian vendors like Micromax, Karbonn, iBall, Intex and so on.
Few months ago Panasonic too has entered into mobile world and launched few Android phones in India. Panasonic T11 is the most affordable Android smartphone from the company.
Inbox Contents :-
When you open your Panasonic T11 box then you will have :-
- Panasonic phone
- User Guide
- Warranty Statement
- Quick Start Guide
- Standard Headphones
- Universal USB Charger
- MicroUSB to USB 2.0 cable
Built & Design :-
Device is quite thin which makes its easy to hold, it back panel is glossy and plasticky buts its built quality is quite better then of Samsung and Micromax budget smartphones.
There is a shiny chrome bezel on the device which gives some sort of premium look to the device. You will get good grip due to some sort of curved edges on corner. It is just 120 grams of weight which means you can carry it easily.
On top of the device you will have a power and standby button, on right it has volume rocker, there is nothing on left side and a micro USB port at bottom.
Under the hood, Panasonic T11 is powered by 1.2 GHz quad-core processor paired with 1 GB of RAM. It has 4 inch IPS display screen with screen resolution of 480×800 pixels.
At back it has 5 megapixels auto focus camera with LED flash which can shot 720p videos, and at front it has a VGA front-facing Fixed Focus camera. It has 4 GB of internal memory which can be expandable up to 32 GB.
Software & UI :-
It runs on stock version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, its quite fast and respond quite good. We hasn’t found any lag while surfing internet, played games like Subway Surfer, and Temple Run.
Panasonic T11 comes with 5 MP rear snapper which is average in taking pics. If you took pictures in day light then you will find good results but when you zoom you find it misses something.
Photos taken in dark are not upto the mark and shows some sort of noise in it. Please take a look at camera sample pics below :-
Video Sample :-
As its been powered by Quad-Core processor, it can do most of your daily task with out any issue. During our test we find devices to be quite responsive, unless you play heavy games you wont find any lags in it. We had run few benchmarking test on it and here are its results :-
AnTuTu Benchmark :- 11217
NenaMark2 :- 40.0 fps
Multi Touch :- 5 points
Quadrant Standard Edition :- 3452
Sound & Video :-
Speakers of phone are quite good and pretty clear when volume is loud. Headphone which comes along with device are also good but we expect in-ear head phones. We had played 720p & 1080p videos on it and it played very fine.
Battery performance of this device is not so good, in our test it only lasted for a day on moderate usage.
Final Verdict :-
At last we can say that if you are looking for a nice Android smartphone under 10K then you should consider this device. It is quite solid device and has nice hardware specs if we compare with its price range devices. One issue which we face on this device is that it gets heat-up very fast if you play game or surf internet for a long time.
- Nice build quality
- Good specs under this price range
- Good display viewing angles
- Gets heat-up very fast
- Average camera
Reviewed by Rahul Sharma on January 26 2014