The Japanese Electronics giant, Panasonic has come up with a new flanged budget Android smartphone – Panasonic T33 that tends to deliver to its customer an amazing device with distinct features but low on budget.

With the introduction of Panasonic T33, the Indian phone market would receive a high with their durable phone options. Coming in as low as Rs. 4,490, it would be available in the market on around the third week of this month.

The major innovation of this device is the introduction of 21 major Indian regional languages docked with it. The design is found quite layered, and it comes with a leather back cover.

The new T33 comes with a 4-inch WVGA screen with a pixel density of 480 x 800 pixels. With a powerful quad-core processor of 1.2 GHz, it comes with an Android 4.4.2 Kit-Kat version and an inbuilt internal memory of 4 GB.

The device also supports a 3-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and comes in a multicolour of Pearl White and Cobalt Blue.

The battery also comes with a decent power of 1500mAh, with a 512 MB processing Ram and an expandable SD card slot up to 32 GB.

Dual SIM Panasonic T33 budget smartphone launched in India at Rs. 4,490

The managing director at Panasonic – Manish Sharma proclaimed that this new Smartphone has been developed keeping in mind the various issues that a person faces while browsing using the regional languages.

With the introduction of the new languages in Panasonic T33, individuals can easily surf, chat and even check out their phone functions without the dismay of having a language barrier. This would certainly help the customers to use their smartphones effortlessly with the ease of their respective language options.