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First seen at Mobile World Congress, the Eluga is Panasonic's first real attempt to break into the international Android market. The 4.3-inch, dust resistant, Gingerbread phone has been available in Japan for a few weeks now, but right on cue the predicted April launch for Europe has arrived with news of its availability in the UK. 

Online retailer Expansys are offering the Eluga for £369.99 inc VAT, and are showing as in stock. While it may not be breaking any records, the Eluga is a solid mid-range device with an Ice Cream Sandwich update promised for the Summer. Before handing over any of your cash though, don't forget to check out our hands on from Barcelona

Source: Expansys

There are 4 comments

Jayshmay says:

Slugs? Boy is that an ugly sounding name! And the charging port is on the top? That's a stupid place for a charging port.

Jayshmay says:

I meant Eluga!!! I swear auto-correct is really making me a pissy, pissy person!!!

Shouldn't use an iPhone then ;-)

Jayshmay says:

I'm not using an IPhone, I'm not sheep! I use a Samsung Droid Charge, and I'm patiently awaiting the unveiling if the S3, thursday May 3rd