in an effort to help keep customers in the loop, Asus has outlined its Android KitKat update plans for its various PadFone products.
The PadFone Mini is a smaller and cheaper take on the phone-tablet hybrid concept, that combines a mid-range 4.3-inch smartphone with a 7-inch tablet shell.
Asus will likely debut a smaller, less powerful version of its smartphone/tablet hybrid PadFone next week in Taiwan. Read on for more!
Despite not being able to make the first Padfone or the second-gen mainstream sales hits, Asus has pushed ahead with the concept of the phone/tablet hybrid by unveiling a third such combo – the Padfone Infinity.
The Asus Padfone and Padfone 2 have both received software updates. While the Padfone makes the transition to Jelly Bean, the Padfone 2 gets some useful improvements.
This year’s MWC is set to go on for a couple more days, so there are still plenty of exciting things to happen, but so far Asus has stolen the Barcelona show.
Aaand it’s out. The Asus Padfone Infinity, that is. Probably the best thing about MWC so far, although that doesn’t do us much good because the thing will most likely suffer from the well-known Padfone syndrome.
Asus’ MWC press conference is still a couple of hours away, but the company’s plans for it, bizarrely teased in the past week, are no longer a secret.
A few days ago Asus released a teaser for its upcoming announcements at Mobile World Congress that was… well, weird. Now they have released a second teaser that is just as confusing, featuring none other than long-dead explorer Christopher Columbus.
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