Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Consumer electronics maker Panasonic is all set to launch its first smartphone in India on Thursday.
The Japan based company has reportedly collaborated with Delhi-based Jaina Group for marketing, distribution and customer support of the device in the country.
Last month, the company unveiled four new durable and secure mobile computing devices ideal for mobile workers, combining highly secured data and device management.
The company has also launched the Toughpad FZ-G1, which runs on Windows 8, while its other offering Toughpad JT-B1 is a seven inch Android tablet designed for easy one handed operation, it said.
The tablets also boast of high bright LCD screen and long battery operating time with user-replaceable battery give high usability to field users.
With PTI Inputs