[CES 2014] We have seen a slew of devices announced by the folks over at ASUS earlier today, and here is yet another device which you might actually be interested in. Subscribers to AT&T will be pleased to hear that the ASUS PadFone X will be making its way to the mobile carrier, where this unique device that consists of an innovative smartphone and tablet should be made available soon. The ASUS PadFone X will only have its detailed hardware specifications, pricing and availability announced sometime down the road, but at the very least, you know for sure that it is well on its way.
Jeff Bradley, senior vice president – Devices, AT&T, shared, “We are committed to delivering our customers the most innovative and compelling device portfolio. The PadFone X is first of its kind in the U.S. It combines leading technology, a beautiful design and a remarkably seamless application experience – all on the nation’s fastest and most reliable 4G LTE network. This allows consumers to run their smartphone apps instantly on a vivid 9-inch tablet display. The magic of it is that the experience is not just bigger, it’s better than on a traditional smartphone.”
This 5-inch full HD smartphone will be able to “activate” a 9-inch full HD tablet whenever the handset is docked, and it is powered by Android 4.4 KitKat as the mobile operating system of choice. Coming in a thin and light design alongside a brushed metal frame, there is also a soft-touch back cover and dual front speakers which will be able to deliver captivating audio.
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