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Key Features

  • Android v4.1 (Jelly Bean)
  • Performance

  • Display

  • Camera

  • Battery

  • 16 GB + 32 GB Expandable
  • Available
  • No FM Radio
  • Voice Calling

Buy For

  • Premium look
  • Aptly priced
  • Decent configuration

Beware Of

  • Non-removable battery
  • Average cameras

A budget tab for your business

Display and Configuration

Asus Fonepad flaunts a 7-inch IPS LCD, Multi touch screen display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 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. Also its 1.2MP of front camera is quite useful for video calling purpose.

The device comes with 16GB of inbuilt storage, which 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 4,270mAH battery which keeps your work going.


Asus Fonepad is a tablet with an affordable price tag 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 day-to-day life.

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Asus Fonepad Specifications


Brand Asus
Model Fonepad
Operating System Android v4.1 (Jelly Bean)
SIM Slot(s) Single SIM, GSM
SIM Size SIM1: Micro
Network 3G: Available, 2G: Available


Dimensions 196.4 (H) x 120.1 (W) x 10.40 (T) mm
Weight 340 grams


Screen Size 7 inches
Screen Resolution
800 x 1280 pixels
Pixel Density
216 ppi
Display Type
Touch Screen Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch


Chipset Intel Atom Z2420
Single core, 1.2 GHz, Intel Atom
PowerVR SGX 540
1 GB


Internal Memory
16 GB
Expandable Memory
Up to 32 GB


Main Camera

3 MP
Image Resolution 2000 x 1504 Pixels
Camera Features
Digital Zoom
Video Recording
1280x720 fps

Front Camera

1.2 MP
Camera Features Fixed Focus


4270 mAh
Type Li-Polymer
Not User Replaceable
Up to 32 Hours(3G)
Standby Time
Up to 751 Hours(3G)

Network & Connectivity

SIM Size SIM1: Micro
Network Support
3G, 2G
3G Bands:
UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz

2G Bands:
GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz

3G Speed:
HSDPA 21 Mbit/s ↓, HSUPA 5.76 Mbit/s ↑

Class 10

Class 10

Voice Calling
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n
Wi-Fi Features
Mobile Hotspot
with A-GPS, Glonass
USB Connectivity
microUSB 2.0


FM Radio
Audio Jack 3.5 mm

Special Features

Other Sensors Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass

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21 Expert Reviews for Asus Fonepad

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  • Asus flexes its hybrid muscle once again with a 7-inch tablet that makes calls
    Jeff Parsons
    30 Apr 2013 | techradar

    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...

  • Asus FonePad review
    17 Apr 2013 | stuff

    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...

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183 User Reviews for Asus Fonepad

Overall User Rating (3.9 Out of 5 based on 402 ratings)


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  • After 2 months use
    Pranav Panage
    After 2 months use
    30 Jul 2013
    Reviewed On:

    Overall: I brought this Fonepad from local store.I have been using this tablet/phone (whatever you want to call it) for 2 months now.And yes I m using it as only device,and I don't care what people think when they see me talking on this. It fits in my jeans pocket. Not so long ago when Note1 was launched these people were saying that this phone is big and stupid. And nowadays every other phone comes with around same size that of the Note1.

    Lets get to business...
    Whats I found good?
    The HD Screen is absolute delight. Clarity(pixel density) is really good for this price.
    Specially reading books, Browsing, Flipping Flipboard are an absolute pleasure.

    Battery Life is above average. On heavy use it lasts me for a day, and for light to medium use it runs for one n half day. (I keep wifi on all the time).
    No heating issue at all.

    Playing Videos/Movies with FullHD/1080p resolution are a treat on this device. No lag whatsoever.
    N it doesn't eat up your battery if you keep video running for long time
    ( I even tried to play 4k video on it using MX player :-P it could only play an audio )

    Touch is buttery smooth. Design does give it a Royal look.
    Its running almost a vannila android with some asus add-on features like MultiWindow which are really cool.Bloatwares can be disabled easily.
    USB OTG works fine.i.e. You can Connect Pen Drive with FAT format to fonepad using OTG cable.

    I own a DSLR, so I dont use camera much. Both cameras back n front are terrible in low light, And average on Normal light.

    Now whats wrong then?
    If you have gone into its SoC/ processors details, you must be knowing that it has single core processor with hyperthreading. Which essentially means it should work as fast as Dual core processor in theory. And to some extent it does work that good in practical use too.
    BUT when u launch medium to heavy games it takes a little longer to load because of its x86 architecture. And there is a lag of 2-3 seconds at the start of some games like Subways surfer, major mayhem. but again thereafter game runs really smooth.

    I find this 7"incher ideal for playing games like Fruit Ninja,Clash of Titans, Candy Crush, Paper Toss.

    If you are a gamer (you should know that this has PowerVR SGX540 GPU which is I believe is 5 years old) and want to play really heavy games like dead trigger n asphalt7, DON'T BUY THIS. n Don't read the further review.

    Now to the biggest problem with this device.."SD card unmount" issue..
    After 2 months of observation I finally figured out the problem with SD card.

    For some strange reasons, If you are on 2G network and you switched on your Mobile data / edge connection due to some witchcraft SD card unmounts itself. To add to that the option of mounting Sd card from Settings > Storage disappears. And then to get your SD card working again you have to Manually remove top cover and have reisert a card...
    Now the workaround to this problem is I have kept my fonepad on 3G always option.

    There are about 5-6 small updates released by ASUS since I brought this Fonepad and after last update the problem was solved to about 25%. Im hoping it will get resolved completely in next update.
    P.S. I did went to ASUS service centre n guy just wont listen to me despite me telling him that problem is there only with 2G internet on.. He had no knowledge of android and it was the first time everyone at service center have seen this device. And he kept telling me that my Sd card in incompatible (which is brand new San Disk 16 GB class 4 n most commonly used card in India). I did tried it with other cards n still the problem was there.
    After a double trip to service center I searched on internet and SD card problem was common to other users too.
    (User accessible memory is about 3-4GB so you will need a SD card).

    Final Verdict
    What this fonepad is a device for people who want to replace there phone n laptop with single device that can be carried around.
    If you want BIG HD display for Browsing, Reading, Videos, Light gaming in about 15k, This is a best device currently available in India and certainly lot better than samsung Tab2 n even Tab3 7"inchers.
    If you use 2G internet a lot then wait till they resolve SD card problem, Or you can get new 32GB model which is 2K more with "slightly" faster CPU.

    Note: There are no Headphones in Box. I am using Samsung EHS44 headphones which you can use if you feel embarrassed holding it to ear to take call. These are common headphones which comes with samsung devices, and available separately.
    (This is a first time I wrote review on Flipkart :) )

    UPDATE : USB OTG is working :
    I see lot of people complaining about USB device not working.
    It wont work out of the box. USB OTG was enabled for me after I updated my fonepad with OTA update.
    Mouse, Keyborad, Flash drive with FAT format working fine, no problems at all...
    I use my fonepad for DSLR controller to control my Canon DSLR over USB OTG. N it is also working great.

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  • More than satisfied Overall great tablet comp
    Kunal B
    More than satisfied Overall great tablet comp
    07 Aug 2013
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    Overall: Bought this tab after extensive/exhausting research on internet. Using fonepad for 4 weeks now.I am very satisfied, great performance--full paisa vasool tab.
    The best part is it's screen quality (7" LED Backlight WXGA (1280x800)
    IPS Panel, 216ppi).


    1. Value for money./budget friendly./doesn't burn hole in pocket(at least not too big) while delivering good smooth android tablet experience.

    2.Screen quality(216ppi).

    3.Internet runs fast (used on 3G and WiFi).

    4.Voice call quality good.

    5.All rounder.

    6.Battery is good and charges fast.

    7.Interface is user friendly,easy to use.

    8.Touch response is very good,sometimes too sensitive(it has 10 pt. touch).

    9.Build quality(Metallic back)-premium.

    10.International Brand-ASUS behind it, the same that makes Google nexus7.

    11.Intel Processor(1.2 GHz with Hyper-threading)--though not considered very fast these days,but still works great.

    12.Android 4.1 out of box(upgradable to 4.2)

    13.Floating apps

    14>Tech support

    15>Runs most apps smoothly.Graphic quality is good.

    16>No heating issue experienced.


    1.Tab speakers not loud.(any 3.5mm jack headphone can be connected though).

    2.Single core Intel processor considered not very muscular these days,but works for me.(another variant has a 1.6GHz processor)

    3.Not the best tab for heavy gaming purpose,normal games(subway surfer,temple run etc) runs good on it.If gaming is the priority ,go for Google Nexus tabs.

    4.Accessories like exact carrycase,backcover,screen guard--hard to find.

    5.No Android 4.2 out of box.

    6.Camera is not very impressive.,but nice.

    7.Slippery back and difficult to open back top cover(for SIM,SD card slots).

    8.Internal memory 8GB only (expandable 32GB SD card) and available in single colour only.Apps install on internal memory.

    9.Phone functionality will be useless, if intended to be used as a comuting Tablet only.

    10. A few apps hangs, probably not optimized for x86 based tab.

    For me ideally:Asus fonepad should have be totally focused on tablet function only,with 8" screen size,1.6 GHz processor and 16 GB internal memory--leading to a perfect budget friendly tab.

    Overall: Great tablet computing experience esp. web browsing,light gaming,calling-texting,casual drawing.Beats Samsung Tab2 and now Tab3,and other tabs in this price segment, for me.As u can see cons mentioned are not much of an issue w.r.t. pros.

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