Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-04-30
Updated on:Mar 27, 2015
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Display and Configuration
Asus Fonepad flaunts a 7 inch IPS LCD, Multi touch screen (upto 10 fingers) display with resolution of 1280x800 pixels which gives a richer User-Interface feel. The device runs quite smoothly by its 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z2460 processor and 1GB of RAM.
Camera and Memory
Asus Fonepad features a 3MP Camera with Auto Focus and Geo-tagging features with a resolution of 2048x1536 pixels and HD video recording. Also its 1.2MP of front camera is quite useful for video calling purpose.
The device comes in two memory storage options of 8GB/16GB. The memory can be expanded further by 32GB via MicroSD card.
Connectivity and Battery
The device provides all the connectivity features like Wi-Fi, USB, GPRS, GPS, 3G, Bluetooth so you can always be in touch with your work and family. The device gives a superb battery backup with its 4270mAH battery which keeps your work going.
Asus Fonepad is a tablet with big display and powerful configuration. The rear camera is only 3MP which may disappoint people with photographic needs but on the other side it is preloaded with many applications which will prove helpful in your daily routine life. The device is aptly priced so it can be a good choice for people craving for a large display with all mobile functions and some added perks useful for their professional use.
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The latest creation rolling off the production line at Asus is the Asus FonePad: a 7-inch Android tablet that can make and receive phone calls. Arriving with an extremely friendly £179.99 price tag when it launches on April 26, the FonePad is here to compete with the likes of the Google Nexus 7 (also developed by Asus), the Kindle Fire HD and the all-conquering iPad mini for your affections. Interestingly, the Asus FonePad is notable for co...
Pros: Great LED-backlit screen, microSD storage, Premium metal chassis, Good battery life,
Cons: No rear camera, Poor speakers, Nexus 7 cheaper, Impractical for calls,
Verdict: As a smartphone, its use is negligible. But as a tablet, the Asus FonePad shines just as brightly as its Google-branded cousin, and while the small-tablet market is crowded the FonePad stands out. It`s well made and offers a good selection of feature...
The Rock, Andre the Giant and the Incredible Hulk: three monstrous behemoths who could happily hold a 7in device to their faces without looking ridiculous. But for the rest of us mere mortals, we have to wonder where a 7in phone-capable tablet (alright, ‘phablet) such as the Asus FonePad might fit into our lives. Is it a viable phone alternative? Perhaps it doesn’t matter. Perhaps what really matters is that this seems to essentially be a Goo...
The Asus Fonepad is a curious mix of devices: it's a 7in tablet with 3G and a smartphone too; a fully fledged handset complete with an integrated earpiece and microphone, so you can go all Dom Joly making phone calls on the bus home. In reality, the chief appeal of the Fonepad, aside from providing a talking point down the pub, is that it's exceedingly good value. It will set you back only Â£180, and when you think of what you're getting for th...
The ASUS Fonepad — mainly tablet, but also part phone. And ASUS is definitely marketing this as something you would use to make phone calls — just check out their official marketing videos for proof. But it's also a 7-inch Android tablet, with Intel internals and a competitive price point. It's a device with a pretty specific use case, but for the kind of person who might put the Fonepad to good use, it could be invaluabl...
Pros: Relatively untampered Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, displayed through a nice looking 7-inch IPS display. Excellent battery life. Convenience of having an all-in-one device. Well-priced for both a budget tablet and a budget smartphone.
Cons: Sluggish performance — the Intel chip inside is perhaps not really up to the task of running a tablet. Screen auto-brightness is too aggressive, and outdoor mode isn't really bright enough even outdoors. Holding it up to your head to make a
Verdict: I really want to like the Fonepad, and in some respects I do. For the price, this is a very competitive device with fantastic battery life, Jelly Bean and the ability to make calls. Sadly, the internals let it down, and I fear that its low price...