Asus is the master in computer technology and it shows in the tablet features of ASUS FonePad. However, the phone features of FonePad suffer from company’s lack of experience in making smartphone. But despite its average phone features Asus’s latest sensation has a lot to offer for mid range phablet users. Here we take a closer look at the key specifications of ASUS FonePad.
Body and Design:
ASUS fonepad is designed as a smartphone that can also function like a tablet. Fonepad looks quite similar to Google’s Nexus 7 as both have almost similar shape and size. However fonepad has more sturdy metallic body that continuous in the backside of the device as well. IT has a removable top that allows you insert the microSD card . Apart from usual home and menu button it has a Floating Apps button that lets you choose Apps to float around the screen while browsing.
Fonepad runs on a powerful l Intel Atom Z2420 dual core 1.2GHz processor and has a 1 GB of RAM. There is a micrSD slot that can support up to 32GB of memory. The device comes with lifetime free web storage space of 5 GB. Fonepad is available in 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB models.
ASUS Fonepad score poor in the camera section as its 3Megapixels rear and 1.2 Megapixels front facing camera capture poor images. If you rely on your smartphone camera to click memorable pictures Fonepad’s camera may disappoint you.
Beneath the display screen of the Fonepad sits the latest android jellybean 4.1 that takes care of the smooth functioning of the device. The latest Android runs like a charm while operating apps and other functions.
ASUS has launched the Fonepad alongside the launch of Samsung Galaxy 4 which gives ASUS a little advantage in the market. People who want a model like Samsung S4 or note 2 but do not want to empty their banks might turn to ASUS Fonepad. Although, Fonepad may not have superior features and quality like Samsung it is a good economical alternative. The 8 GB ASUS Fonepad is available for preorders at rupees 15,999 in India.