Here comes more fascinating stuff for all you guys who have been waiting anxiously to see some wonderful devices at the Mobile World Congress. Asustek has unveiled ther PadFone, a hybrid of a smartphone and a tablet¸ at Barcelona in Spain.
The new device might be one in a hundred at MWC, but has got great significance, since it’s design varies considerably from that of conventional tablets and smartphones. The PadFone is basically a smartphone built in a tablet chassis. The launch of this hybrid device has now been scheduled for April 2012.
Overall, the smartphone has got a wonderful configuration. It is designed with Qualcomm’s dual core processor, Snapdragon S4 MSM8960, to power the device. A spectacular 4.3 inch screen hosts high definition AMOLED display, featuring qHD technology. The device has got an 8 megapixel camera, fitted at its rear, and has been made to work on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform.
The three- in- one device can be transformed to a tablet simply by placing in under a 10.1 inch tablet chassis. Similarly, it is even possible to reform it into a notebook using a docking accessory. Sounds wonderful, right?
So, Asustek PadFone seems to be a smarter option if you are planning to buy any smart devices around April. However, the exact release date and price of the device is still not given. We hope it won’t demand too much out of your wallet.