Panasonic unveils AI-powered Eluga X1 & X1 Pro at Rs 22,990 onwards

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Panasonic Eluga X1 Pro : Unboxing & First Impression
NEW DELHI: Japanese electronic company Panasonic on Thursday launched its flagship Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered smartphones - the Eluga X1 and X1 Pro - in India for Rs 22,990 and Rs 26,990, respectively.

The flagship smartphones come with 6.18-inch FHD+ notched display in a stainless steel body with a 2.5D curved design.
The devices are equipeed with "Infra-Red Face Unlock", which uses infrared sensors in the camera, thus allowing consumers to unlock the devices even in low-light conditions.


Eluga X1 and X1 Pro sport AI powered 16MP front and 16MP+5MP dual rear cameras with scene recognition technology and multiple modes such as the face beauty mode, bokeh effect, live photos, time lapse, professional mode and group selfie mode.

Speed Up, Customise Your Phone With These Simple Hacks
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Smartphones are complex devices and they continue to evolve with new features like AI and neural engine processors.

This also means that there could be a number of handy tricks in your device that you might not be aware of.
Smartphones are complex devices and they continue to evolve with new features like AI and neural engine processors. This also means that there could be a number of handy tricks in your device that y..
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For Android phones with Android 7.0 and above, there is hidden settings menu that gives you nuanced control over notifications. To enable this, pull down the notification bar, tap and hold the gear icon on the top right for a few seconds.

When you let go, you will see a message on the bottom saying ‘System UI tuner has been enabled’. Head to settings and scroll to find System UI tuner. Tap on Other > Power notification controls and enable it. Now for each app, you can set different levels of notification alerts instead of just the standard on/off.
For Android phones with Android 7.0 and above, there is hidden settings menu that gives you nuanced control over notifications. To enable this, pull down the notification bar, tap and hold the gear i..
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If you like to go to sleep while listening to music, this feature is a Godsend. The trouble with this is that once you go to sleep, audio continues to play in the background which eats up battery life.

For iPhone users, a simple way out is to use the timer function. Open the Clock app and go to the timer section. Now set the timer to 45 or 60 minutes as per your preference. Tap the box below the time that reads ‘When Timer Ends’ — scroll down to the bottom and select the Stop Playing option. Now, when the timer ends, music playback will automatically stop on your iPhone.
If you like to go to sleep while listening to music, this feature is a Godsend. The trouble with this is that once you go to sleep, audio continues to play in the background which eats up battery lif..
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Both iOS and Android let you select a custom ringtone for a contact. However, iOS users also get the option to set a customized vibration alert for each contact. To access this, open the contact card in your phone book and tap on edit. Tap on Ringtone and in the next menu tap on vibration — you will see a list of preset vibration styles to choose from. If you want to create your own alert, scroll down and you will see the option to ‘Create New Vibration’ to make your own custom vibration pattern.
Both iOS and Android let you select a custom ringtone for a contact. However, iOS users also get the option to set a customized vibration alert for each contact. To access this, open the contact card..
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A lot of game developers are moving to the freemium model for their apps. This means that while you don’t pay for the game upfront, small or full screen ads will pop up every few minutes.

The frequency of ads tends to increase the more your play. A simple way to get rid of the ads is to switch off your data and WiFi when you want to enjoy the game.

Typically, ads are delivered over the Internet and if you switch off 3G/4G and WiFi, you can play uninterrupted. This won’t work if the app/game has the ads pre-loaded.
A lot of game developers are moving to the freemium model for their apps. This means that while you don’t pay for the game upfront, small or full screen ads will pop up every few minutes. The freque..
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Eluga X1 Pro also offers wireless charging technology.

"Panasonic is committed to offering technological products that help elevate the overall user experience. Our AI-enabled smartphones are one of the recent examples where we have integrated the latest technology to further simplify tasks and help take smarter decisions," Manish Sharma, President and CEO Panasonic India and South Asia, Vice President Appliance Company, Panasonic Corporation, said in a statement.
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Eluga X1 Pro comes with 6GB RAM +128GB storage which is expandable up to 256GB while Eluga X1 comes with 4GB RAM+64GB ROM expandable up to 128GB.

Both the devices are backed by a 3,000mAh battery.

"Amid a highly-crowded smartphone market, our strategy is to offer a robust device with seamless performance while ensuring users' privacy," added Pankaj Rana, Business Head-Mobility Division, Panasonic India.

Use The Right Charger, Check Battery, And Other Tips To Protect Your Phone From Catching Fire
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The Group CEO of Malaysian company Cradle Fund, Nazrin Hassan, recently died after his smartphone exploded. Though the exact make of the smartphone is not known, he was reportedly using devices from BlackBerry and Huawei.

And it’s not an isolated incident. There have been reports of smartphones exploding and catching fire from around the world, including India.

One of the main reasons for a smartphone exploding is the lithiumion battery that heats up while charging. But don’t worry; these tips can protect your handset from turning explosive:

(Text: Rajarshi Bhattacharjee)
The Group CEO of Malaysian company Cradle Fund, Nazrin Hassan, recently died after his smartphone exploded. Though the exact make of the smartphone is not known, he was reportedly using devices from ..
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Smartphone manufacturers insist that users should only use original chargers. The purpose is not to sell more accessories, but they cannot vouch for the quality and performance of the other chargers. In case the charger gets lost or starts malfunctioning, look for an original charger or one from a company that deals in original components.
Smartphone manufacturers insist that users should only use original chargers. The purpose is not to sell more accessories, but they cannot vouch for the quality and performance of the other chargers...
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Like the chargers, it is essential that a manufacturer-approved battery for the specific model is powering your handset. Also, check for any physical damage or deformity which may lead to battery leak and possibility of explosion. It is also important to change a smartphone’s old battery in time.
Like the chargers, it is essential that a manufacturer-approved battery for the specific model is powering your handset. Also, check for any physical damage or deformity which may lead to battery lea..
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Prolonged charging of your device may reduce the efficiency of the battery. If the battery is 90 per cent charged, don’t charge it any further. Instead let it drain. Avoid leaving your smartphone to charge overnight and remember to unplug once it is charged.
Prolonged charging of your device may reduce the efficiency of the battery. If the battery is 90 per cent charged, don’t charge it any further. Instead let it drain. Avoid leaving your smartphone to ..
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Never charge your phone near water or on the bed. Note that leaving your smartphone under a pillow while it charges can heat it up. Manufacturers also recommend minimising device exposure to direct sunlight and advise against leaving your phone in a hot place like a car’s dashboard, or next to a radiator.
Never charge your phone near water or on the bed. Note that leaving your smartphone under a pillow while it charges can heat it up. Manufacturers also recommend minimising device exposure to direct s..
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It’s hard to predict how a smartphone will react after a hard drop — it depends on the external and internal damage it sustained. An impact can dislocate the internal battery separator between the cathode and anode, leading to an increase in temperature while charging and even fire.
It’s hard to predict how a smartphone will react after a hard drop — it depends on the external and internal damage it sustained. An impact can dislocate the internal battery separator between the ca..
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If the battery feels extremely hot or swells up, or makes a hissing sound, turn off the device and unplug it immediately from the power source. Keep the device in an isolated area, away from anything flammable and don’t throw it in the trash.
If the battery feels extremely hot or swells up, or makes a hissing sound, turn off the device and unplug it immediately from the power source. Keep the device in an isolated area, away from anything..
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Streets of Indian metros are dotted with smartphone repair shops, but they are often not authorised. Always get your smartphone repaired from an authorised centre or an authorised third-party service centre. Authorised centres ensure your device runs on original software and hardware.
Streets of Indian metros are dotted with smartphone repair shops, but they are often not authorised. Always get your smartphone repaired from an authorised centre or an authorised third-party service..
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