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The Panasonic Eluga has a 4.3-inch OLED screen. It'll run Gingerbread for its European and Japanese debut but will get the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android this summer.
Panasonic's Eluga Power Android phone has a D-shaped cross section.
The power and volume buttons on the Panasonic Eluga are tucked into the curving back.
Panasonic's Eluga Power has a more chiseled look than the regular Eluga that will precede it into the market. The Eluga Power is larger than the ordinary Eluga, with a 5.0-inch touch screen, and it's more powerful, with a dual-core 1.5GHz processor.
The Panasonic Eluga Power is just about as wide as a Samsung Galaxy Nexus (including this broken one on the left) but also taller.
The Eluga Power's volume and power buttons are on the flat of its back, but recessed within small rims.
Panasonic's Eluga Android phone is a relatively slim model at 7.8mm with tapered edges.
The back of Panasonic's Eluga phone shown at Mobile World Congress.