Asus announced its Fonepad FHD6 recently, it’s a hybrid work as a phone as well as a tablet, its product line that has been explored by few manufactures. Asus has been an innovator and leading manufacture it comes naturally to them to venture into it.
The Fonepad is a 6.0 phablet with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution at 367 ppi density with a super ips LCD capacitive display with a full HD display the phablet surely is easy on the eyes. The phone runs on an Intel Atom Z2560 dual core processor and is powered by a PowerVR SGX544MP2 GPU. There only a few phones that have Intel runs on them. The phablet comes in with a 8 GB or 16 GB inbuilt option along with an expandable memory slot along with a stylus this time unlike the previous version of the Fonepad . With a 2 GB Ram along with an Android version 4.2 jelly bean the fonepad is able to meet most of the needs of the modern day users.
The Fonepad does not support LTE given the global trend and intense competition any advantage that can be used helps the product sales. The Fonepad has a 8 MP camera in the front capable of shooting at 720p at 30 fps and a secondary front facing camera at 1.2 MP, obviously the standard is maintained by adding Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and NFC.
It is an interesting product line, we shall keep an eye out for such products review it fully in detail as it becomes available.