Pana­sonic In­dia De­vel­ops “Arbo”

The DQWeek (Kolkata) - - CHANNEL BONANZA - DQW NEWS BU­REAU New Delhi

Pana­sonic In­dia has de­vel­oped “Arbo,” a soft­ware for An­droid phones that brings to life sim­ple smart­phone op­er­a­tion uti­liz­ing AI and a new user in­ter­face. This soft­ware will be avail­able on the “ELUGA RAY MAX” se­ries smart­phones that will hit the mar­ket on April 5, 2017 (Wed), and will also be­come avail­able on the “ELUGA PULSE X” de­signed for the Mid­dle East and African mar­kets.

Pana­sonic In­dia en­tered In­dia’s smart­phone mar­ket in 2013. Since then, draw­ing on the strengths cul­ti­vated over the years through its home ap­pli­ances busi­ness, Pana­sonic has in­tro­duced a wide range of prod­ucts that of­fer su­pe­rior us­abil­ity. New smart­phone func­tions are de­vel­oped ev­ery day and will con­tinue to evolve, how­ever, users only use a spe­cific group of func­tions day-to-day. Pana­sonic In­dia de­vel­oped the new soft­ware, “Arbo,” with easy (sin­gle-hand), quick (up to 3 ac­tions) op­er­a­tion as the con­cept.

More specif­i­cally, us­ing AI, the soft­ware will an­a­lyze user’s be­hav­ior based on time and lo­ca­tion. Then, ac­cord­ing to the time or lo­ca­tion, it will au­to­mat­i­cally dis­play and make sug­ges­tions on screen such as phone numbers and SNS users

In ad­di­tion, it fea­tures a user in­ter­face that dis­plays icons in a cir­cu­lar, ra­dial fash­ion, en­abling sin­gle-handed, in­tu­itive op­er­a­tion (patent pend­ing de­sign).

Pana­sonic In­dia will con­tinue to up­date this soft­ware, to ex­pand the scope of au­to­matic dis­plays and sug­ges­tions, to fur­ther evolve the user in­ter­face, and to en­hance us­abil­ity. More­over, by com­bin­ing In­dia’s prow­ess in “soft­ware de­vel­op­ment” and Pana­sonic’s strengths in “prod­uct de­sign,” Pana­sonic In­dia will con­tinue to in­tro­duce prod­ucts and ser­vices that of­fer new value to cus­tomers.

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