ASUS PadFone E could have very well received in the market
The ASUS PadFone E is a terminal of the Taiwanese company ASUS which is halfway between a smartphone and a tablet. The peculiarity of this phone is that it comes with a tablet in which you can insert the phone for use on the screen of 10.1 inch tablet that incorporates. That is, if we navigate a larger screen than the screen 4.7 inches of ASUS PadFone E, all you have to do is connect to the tablet by inserting it into the hole enabled for this task in the back of the tablet. The ASUS PadFone E will ship in two versions: a pearl white and one black colored. The ASUS PadFone E for now is only available in Taiwan at an estimated price of about 400 euros.
ASUS offers two versions of its PadFone E: A pearl white version and another version in black color. Regarding the phone, has decided to design ASUS is quite elegant and includes three integrated touch buttons on the screen for navigating through the menus of the operating system Android (their names are recoil start and the access list applications respectively). Regarding the physical buttons, we can find two buttons on the phone: a button located on the right side of the phone that serves to regulate the volume and another button on the top that is used to lock and unlock the terminal. The weight of the phone is 126 grams.
If you look at the tablet, the design follows the same line as your telephone. We also find three touch buttons integrated into the (kick, start and access the application list) screen. In the back of the tablet there is a slot into which the phone is inserted simply by sliding down and being embedded and automatically connected to the screen of the tablet. The tablet weight is 526 grams.
As for the screens, first the phone ASUS PadFone E incorporates a display of 4.7 inches that achieves a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The tablet has a screen of 10.1 inches which also reaches the resolution of 720 pixels. Both screens have the technology Corning Gorilla Glass that adds more strength to the screen against knocks and falls.
The internal storage of the ASUS PadFone E is quite large, since its 16 gigabytes not fall short for everyday use the terminal. This storage capacity is more than enough to store large amounts of movies, games, images, and any other files. In case we needed more storage simply have to enter an external memory card microSD at the terminal. The maximum capacities that can be inserted with memory microSD are 64 gigabytes.
Given that this is a terminal rather well equipped, ASUS has not forgotten a good relationship also integrate internal components to ensure fluidity and speed when using the terminal. The processor chosen for the ASUS PadFone E is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad core that runs at a clock speed of 1.4 GHz. Moreover, the memory RAM (ie, the component that allows us to use multiple applications simultaneously without affecting the performance of the team) has a capacity of one gigabyte. The GPU (graphics processor) is an Adreno 305.
The ASUS PadFone E terminal is not focused on the camera, but also not far behind in this aspect. The main camera on the back of the phone we can find a sensor 13 megapixel accompanied by a flash LED, whereas if we go to the front chamber for video calls find sensor 1.2 megapixels. The main phone camera ensures quality images that can be displayed in high resolution on the screen of the tablet. Meanwhile, the tablet also features a front camera 1 megapixel.
The operating system that incorporates the ASUS PadFone E phone is Android in its version Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. This is one of the most popular versions of this operating system, and is currently present in the vast majority of phones and tablets medium to high range. The fact that this terminal incorporates this operating system provides access to popular applications such as YouTube, Google Maps (directions for trips with connecting through GPS mobile) or even WhatsApp. Through the app store Google Play you can download hundreds of apps completely free (although we can also find paid apps).
The connectivity of an equipment of this type is crucial to allow browsing the Web and to keep the device connected to other terminals. As for browsing the Internet, the ASUS PadFone E incorporates the standard HSPA + allows browsing through the data connection 3G at a maximum speed of 21 Mbps. Moreover, this handset also incorporates connectivity to surf the net from home. This is the WiFi standard that allows us to connect to our router and surf the Internet at the speed that we have contracted in our rate.
They are also integrated other wireless connectivity such as for example the connection Bluetooth, used for wireless data transfers. In terms of physical connections will find a slot micro USB and another slot of 3.5 mm for connecting headphones or speakers.