Panasonic Mobile Communications manufactures mobile phone handsets and related equipment. As of 2012 it had around a 20 per cent share of the Japanese handset market. Panasonic used to market mobile phone handsets worldwide, but in December 2005 announced its withdrawal from overseas markets due to poor sales. Panasonic returned to the overseas market in 2012, with the release of the Panasonic Eluga Android-powered smartphone. In July 2013, Panasonic announced the company will not supply a new model of smartphone to NTT DoCoMo Inc., because NTT DoCoMo will focus with Sony and Samsung products. In Q2 2013, Panasonic Mobile Communications booked a 5.4 billion yen operating loss.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1
Announced Sep 15, 2014 •
4.7″ screen • 20 megapixels (rear) • 1 megapixels (front)