Asus is finally committed to the date that customers will be able to purchase a Padfone 2, the company's smartphone and tablet docking station combo pack. First announced in October 2012, the wait will finally end March 1
Padfone 2 Smartphone Component is a 4.7in device with 1, 280 × 720 IPS screen, running Adnroid 4.1 Jelly Bean. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 pro Quad-core processor, supporting 2GB of RAM, and has a 13-megapixel rear camera capable of 1080p video or 6fps burst photos. 64GB internal storage, full 4G LTE support and 2140mAh battery completes the spec list, with Asus claiming 16 hours of talk or 13 hours of wifi network browsing.
The deciding feature is the ability to connect it to the included tablet and turn the pair into a 10.1-inch tablet capable of making calls. The 10.1-inch tablet has a built-in 5000 mAh battery, which extends the talk time up to 36 hours and can triple the cell phone battery. 1280 × 800 screen resolution may lag behind like AppleiPad or Google Nexus 10, but it should make a big difference when watching movies stored on the phone.
Enthusiastic customers were forced to purchase a Padfone 2 as a gray import, but Asus has finally announced the release date of this device in the UK: March 1, when it will appear as an order in Carphone Warehouse, John Lewis and Selfridges stores. , also in Amazon, Ebuyer, Scan, Box and online laptop output. It will go on sale at the end of the month.
Expect to pay £ 599 for a partner, either black or white, although Asus has now announced its replacement, Infinity Padfone, we're not sure if the Padfone 2 will fly off the shelf next month.