A couple of days ago, Panasonic announced the Eluga Android smartphone which will be the company’s first Android offering in Europe. While the device did sport a pretty sleek design, its specs were somewhat mid-ranged and if that left you with the feeling of wanting more, there were rumors that Panasonic had another Android device planned which supposedly will be a “premium” offering and will presumably feature better specs than the Eluga.
Apparently that’s not all as Panasonic is looking to go all-in at MWC and could very well be complementing their Android smartphone lineup with a tablet of their own. According to the reports, this rumored tablet will be nothing like their series of rugged ToughBook Android tablets and will instead be more consumer-orientated. Unfortunately this doesn’t really tell us much about what we can expect, but we’re thinking less rugged and more sleek. The Eluga, its “premium” sibling and the unnamed tablet are expected to debut at MWC next week, so check back with us then for more info.