Unfortunately, the Power disappointed us, after falling deeply in love with the smooth curves of the Eluga. While the screen is bigger, running at 720p resolution, that LCD doesn't stand up the smaller model's sharp, luminous OLED display. According to Panasonic's spokesperson, this device also features a removable battery, while the shell still remains waterproof. The UI is currently stock Ice Cream Sandwich, another boon over the smaller Eluga. However, Android 4.0 wasn't formatted correctly for the screen and behaved pretty erratically. Panasonic has some time to iron out these issues; the Eluga Power is currently gearing up for a Europe release this June, although there's still no word on any American retail appearance.