Some gadget consumers do not seem to be pleased with the idea that Asus Padfone 2 will be running on Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating systems because people are obviously hell bent on having quality experience with the latest Android release Jelly Bean.
Padfone 2 was announced in October and it is quite good that the tech company reconsidered allowing users to upgrade the device to Jelly Bean through over the air downloads. If there is one thing people do not like about Padfone 2, it is because some think that it is priced heavily at €799 inclusive of the tablet dock.
While some people find it hefty, others think that the price is reasonable as a compensation for its jaw dropping features. Padfone 2 boasts a 1.5GHz Qualcomm quad-core processor performing on 2GB RAM which is backed up by a storage memory that can be upgraded up to 64GB. As for its screen, Padfone 2 soars high with a 4.7-inch high definition display that is incorporated with Super IPS technology.
The LTE-ready device supports dual-band, WiFi connections and Bluetooth 4.0 file transfers. These features will be rendered useless if the phone itself does not support high definition pictures. Thank god Padfone houses a 13 megapixel back camera and a 2.1 megapixel front camera. You will stay in touch for some time with its 2,140 mAh battery but with its tablet dock, a life span boost from the 5,000 mAh battery is quite promising.