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Panasonic to Bring Toughpad Smartphones for Corporate Clients

Posted by Jerry Hannan Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Panasonic to Bring Toughpad Smartphones for Corporate Clients

Panasonic Corporation hit this year’s Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona with two gadgets manifesting the company’s return to the smartphone market: two rugged Panasonic headsets – TOUGHPAD FZ-E1 and TOUGHPAD FZ-X1 – that are aimed at corporate clients rather than retail consumers gadgets in Pakistan. The both mobiles boast thick armour, a huge accumulator (6200 mAh!) and excellent characteristics. Hence the considerable size of the handsets: 165x87x31mm.


The new Panasonic’s brainchildren are an expansion of the company’s Gadgets in Pakistan Tough-pad brand (the company inroduces rugged tablets a year ago).
The handsets feature five-inch 720p screens and are three centimeters thick – they are water resistant, can operate under what seems extreme conditions for other smartphones (temperatures varying from minus 20 to 60 degrees celsius; the ) and survive a fall from an up to three meters’ Gadgets in Pakistan.
  • The TOUGHPAD FZ-E1 model runs on Windows Embedded 8 Handheld and features a 2.3Hz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip while TOUGHPAD FZ-X1 has a 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4.
  • There will be just 40,000 units manufactured yearly, each item gadgets in Pakistan to have a price tag of about $1,300.
  • TOUGHPAD FZ-E1 is reported to be launched in the middle of June and TOUGHPAD FZ-X1 is expected to hit the market later in August.

Panasonic to Bring Toughpad Smartphones for Corporate Clients

Panasonic Corporation hit this year’s Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona with two gadgets manifesting the company’s return to the smartphone market: two rugged Panasonic headsets – TOUGHPAD FZ-E1 and TOUGHPAD FZ-X1 – that are aimed at corporate clients rather than retail consumers gadgets in Pakistan. The both mobiles boast thick armour, a huge accumulator (6200 mAh!) and excellent characteristics. Hence the considerable size of the handsets: 165x87x31mm.


The new Panasonic’s brainchildren are an expansion of the company’s Gadgets in Pakistan Tough-pad brand (the company inroduces rugged tablets a year ago).
The handsets feature five-inch 720p screens and are three centimeters thick – they are water resistant, can operate under what seems extreme conditions for other smartphones (temperatures varying from minus 20 to 60 degrees celsius; the ) and survive a fall from an up to three meters’ Gadgets in Pakistan.
  • The TOUGHPAD FZ-E1 model runs on Windows Embedded 8 Handheld and features a 2.3Hz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip while TOUGHPAD FZ-X1 has a 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4.
  • There will be just 40,000 units manufactured yearly, each item gadgets in Pakistan to have a price tag of about $1,300.
  • TOUGHPAD FZ-E1 is reported to be launched in the middle of June and TOUGHPAD FZ-X1 is expected to hit the market later in August.

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