Panasonic, which has just introduced its newest smartphone, the X3, for $299, is looking to build a mobile business that is a natural fit for its core business of mobile phones.
The X3 is a premium phone for people who need a solid device for their day to day work, but also have an edge in their daily life when it comes to connectivity and security.
Panasonic will be selling the phone through the company’s own retail stores, and will also be selling it through its online store.
In addition, Panasonic will offer a bundle of pre-orders for the X2 and X3 phones.
If you want to get your hands on the X1, you can also pre-order the phone now for $249.99.
The phone will be available to purchase starting March 1, 2017.
Panasonic plans to release the X4, which it calls the X5, sometime in the spring.
The company said it plans to introduce the X7 at the end of 2017, with a release of the X6 and X7 expected by the end for 2019.
“This phone is designed for a different age group,” said Kenichi Suzuki, a senior director of sales and marketing at Panasonic.
“They are younger people who want a solid phone that’s a little more rugged, a little bit more portable, and they want a phone that is very easy to use.
There’s also a premium design, but we have to offer a high-end experience for them.”