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    Sound familiar? This is an older story, but the device should be available soon through AT&T. Of note, it is supposed to be capable of VoLTE (Voice over LTE). I found the phone docking concept to be oddly familiar...


    Asus unveils PadFone X, coming to AT&T soon


    Finally, one of the most interesting Android devices is coming to the United States. Today at CES, Asus unveiled a new generation of its PadFone two-in-one device that will be carried by AT&T in the coming months.
    The Asus PadFone X combines a 5-inch Full HD smartphone with a tablet dock, allowing users to quickly switch between a phone and a tablet experience. Like its predecessor, the PadFone Infinity – recently refreshed with a Snapdragon 800 processor – the PadFone X’ dock is little more than a display with a battery inside, with the docked phone acting as the brains of the ensemble.
    Little is known for now about the PadFone X in terms of official specifications, though we know that the display was shrunk to 9-inch, compared to the 10.1-inch of the PadFone Infinity. From the press shots provided by Asus, it seems that design remained mostly the same on the PadFone X, except for the rear speaker grilles, which seem to be gone from their original position.
    On the inside, we can expect a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM and a 13MP camera with PixelMaster, a subsampling-type technology that improves quality in lower lighting conditions. The battery capacity is unknown for now, but AT&T singles it out as a selling point in the press release. The device is capable of LTE-Advanced and HD Voice, although AT&T has yet to flick the switch on for these technologies. We will update with details once Asus makes them public.
    The price and availability of the PadFone X “will be announced at a later date”.
    Last edited by Condor97; 05-03-2014 at 03:35 PM.


 

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