Well, tablet usability aside the entry for the padfone X is a little late. Think Nexus,S5,HTC m8, 1+1 to name a few.
Skipping Asus models for now, until they sort out their after sales support I will not be recommending any of their phones.
Ex-padfone 2 user.
Finally a decent tablet phone.
The only thing is it would be nicer if it was an 8 inch tablet instead of 9 and in a all in one device so it doesn't have to be that heavy.
Shame on Samsung, because this year it finally added high end screan and LTE to its tablets but disabled GSM calls!
Well.. it'll be nice if this Phone battery is at least 3000 mAh and the tablet size is 8" not 9"
Very nice and practical device... Hope this will be available worldwide becoz here in kuwait i cant find..
Username, 08 May 2014Why not 32GB internal storage and 3GB of RAM? Jesus Christ... Not buying!Leave Him out of this, He would settle for the current spec........
Why not 32GB internal storage and 3GB of RAM? Jesus Christ... Not buying!
Its the same phone as the infinity. Since this has the ATT branding they had to change the name for marketing so the carrier can stay exclusive.
MVF, 02 Apr 2014i dont c any diff compared with infinity 2It's clocked at 2.3GHz, it also comes with Kitkat instead of Jelly Bean on the Infinity 2, that's probably why the infinity 2 firmware upgrade has been moved to Q3 rather than Q2 like the other padfone devices...
Looks good, much better than the other releases from ASUS might pick it up.
i would like it if it was dual sim but other wise it looks great so far now 4 a review
For all "pro" writers here... Li-Po battery is BETTER than Li-Ion... So NO i wouldn't want it to have Li-Ion
2300mAh battery is not upto that mark for such high end feature phone. Atleast it should be 3000 mAh.
it would be good if -
2-thickness about 8mm
4-frame make like samsung