The Taiwanese manufacturer, ASUS has announced today the PadFone mini, a smartphone that can instantly be converted into a tablet.
The 4.5-inch smartphone comes with a 7.0-inch tablet dock that integrates with the smartphone and displays high-resolution images. The best thing is, the apps are automatically reformatted for respective screen size by using the DynamicDisplay technology.
The ASUS PadFone mini PF451CL is built with 1.6GHz multi-core Intel Atom processor that ensures smooth functioning of apps on both the tablet and the smartphone, while the 4G LTE technology enables the PadFone to access high-speed internet on the go.
The 7.0-inch PadFone mini Station delivers a bright and clear 1280×800 pixel display that features the new ASUS ZenUI interface, which is exclusive to ASUS’s smart devices. Both the devices use a 5-megapixel PixelMaster back camera that captures high-quality photos, while the 2-megapixel front camera ensures clear picture for video conferencing.
The design of PadFone mini is simple yet stylish. Both, the devices have a similar appearance with different sizes. The phone easily fits into the slot at the back of tablet. It is lighter than other tablet-smartphone combinations, thus is easy to carry even outdoors.
With the PadFone series, ASUS is trying to address varying needs of smartphone users. This smartphone cum tablet puts the company in the forefront of mobile technology innovations.