Asus Padfone: Specs With Benchmark Scores, Release Date This Holiday


Asus has decided to give the awaiting public a sneak peek into the company’s new contraption, the Padfone. Those who were lucky enough to have a hands-on experience with this device only got to play with its dummy handsets. However, despite this leakage, more informative details regarding the all-new Padfone are still being kept behind closed doors.

It is a good thing that GLBenchmark has shared new information regarding Asus’ new high technology device. According to the database, this contrivance has been prepped with a Krait S4 MSM8960. Plus, it is also believed to be the first ever Asus contraption to have been readily embedded with a high-performing Qualcomm SoCs. Other specs include 4.3-inch qHD display (960 x 540 resolution), Android 2.3.5, supports HSPA+, LTE networks, max frequency of 918 MHz, minimum frequency of 348 MHz.

Many, however, are a bit dismayed about finding out that this device will be running on Gingerbread 2.3.5. Although this might not be so much of a good thing for some people, this is still up for further testing. Others were saying that an ICS update will happen – we’ll see. The target release date of this new technological contribution from Asus is fast approaching as it is expected to launch before Christmas season gets even merrier.

This device is most certainly worth the wait as it is an Android Smartphone which is capable of turning into a tablet. Who would not wait for a device that is the first ever Snapdragon S4 Smartphone to hit the gadget racks of today? More technical details to explore on the link provided.

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