Panasonic Japan announces CM10-camera without calling function to

Jan

20

2016

Panasonic announced in Japan the CM10. The device, which is provided with a camera with large 1 “sensor, which is identical to the hardware regards CM1 which was presented in 2014. However, it is not possible to make a call with the new model. The reason for this is unknown.

Tuesday already leaked photos from the Panasonic CM10, Wednesday has Panasonic Japan officially launched the product in Japan. The device has a 4.7 “display with full HD resolution, Snapdragon 801-soc and 2GB RAM. There is 16GB of memory available, which can be expanded with a microSD card.

The camera features a large 1 “sensor with 20 megapixel resolution and an f / 2.8 lens from Leica The large sensor size should make the camera performance in low light,. Iso-value can be boosted to 25,600, it is possible to shoot in RAW format and offers full manual control. Filming can in 4K resolution with up to 15fps.

As regards specifications CM10 seems to be the whole to correspond to the CM1, which has been put on the market in 2015. The new model runs on Android 5.0, an advance over the CM1 stabbing that remain on Android 4.4. According to Panasonic, it is not possible to call the CM10, but the device supports or 4g, 3G and 2G networks and can put a SIM card. A stereo microphone is present.

Panasonic may have deactivated the call feature software. Why the manufacturer has taken that step is not clear; considering the hardware is comparable to the CM1, the CM10 no benefits to them seems compared to the old model on the newer Android version after.

Although the Panasonic CM1 include released in Germany, the Netherlands CM10 as Panasonic does not come to Europe. In Japan, the device should be on sale from February 25 and Panasonic says to start producing five hundred copies per month.

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