ASUS FonePad

ASUS rolls out new Fonepad 7 with Android Lollipop

ASUS recently introduced a new Fonepad 7. The phablet with model number FE375CL runs Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box so this means no need to upgrade from KitKat. This year's FonePad 7 is the first Lollipop-powered device from the Taiwanese manufacturer. This version looks very similar to the previous model but of course, specs have been improved. There's the 7-inch LED Backlight WXGA IPS screen panel, 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, 1.3 GHz quad-core Intel Atom Z3530 processor, a 5 megapixel rear camera, and a 2 megapixel front-facing camera.

ASUS PadFone Infinity, Fonepad Note 6 get their Android 4.4 due

Better late than never, we always say, so we welcome with open arms the very late arrival of the promised Android 4.4 update for the ASUS PadFone Infinity A80, as well as its descent on ASUS' stylus-wielding Fonepad Note 6. But while the update of last year's devices to the latest Android version is definitely a good thing, ASUS' update methods might make some wonder if they're really worth the trouble.

ASUS FonePad 7 makes way into TV ad

We've had ASUS' next 7-inch phone tablet in our radars for almost a month now, starting with a leaked roadmap that detailed the comapny's future device line up. It seems that ASUS is just about ready to unveil the revamped FonePad 7 and has prepared a video spot showcasing its features.

ASUS next-gen FonePad and MeMO Pad details leak

We had already been seeing details leak about several MeMO and PadFone devices this month, however it looks like another round of ASUS leaks has surfaced. This time around we are seeing details on the MeMO Pad HD 8 and MeMO Pad HD 10 as well as the FonePad HD 7. Anyway, with IFA quickly approaching, that would seem like a good time for ASUS to come forward with some announcements.

ASUS aims to enter the US smartphone market next year

It's no secret the folks from ASUS have been successful in the Android space with the Nexus 7 and Transformer tablet series, but one area they've struggled to gain traction is with smartphones. The company has been busy with their ASUS Padfone and FonePad, but penetrating the already crowded US smartphone market is the next challenge they want to take on.
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