We have another product by Asus which has been revealed at Computex and this one is the new edition in the FonePad series of Asus. Last time at MWC we saw the FonePad which was the 7-inch tablet and this time with this new phablet named as FonePad Note FHD 6 there expecting this phablet to be a hit in the market.

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With the display size of 6 Inches and that too with the Full HD display (1080p resolution), there is no doubt that the clarity on the screen will not be an issue for the users, especially now when the users have stopped compromising on display clarity and as we have seen the pattern in the previously launched products by Asus at Computex, this also has the Dual Core Intel Atom Clover series processor which has been clocked at the frequency of 1.6GHz.

We will let you know about the benchmark results of these processors one we get the products in hand but you can expect fair performance by these Intel processors and especially when it is accompanied by 2GB of RAM. So I don’t think power will be a problem on this phone but when talking about the battery strength then we do not have any info about the battery but it will be a non removable battery.

The primary camera available at the back of the phone will be of 8MP with Auto-Focus, Geo-Tagging and LED Flash support, whereas the secondary camera available on the front is of 1.2MP which is decent for video calling support. The Android OS version on this smartphone is 4.2 (which is usually seen in all the new smartphones and tablets these days).

As to the likes of the other products this will also be available in two different versions, out of which one will be the smartphone with 16GB and the other one will be with 32GB of internal storage capacity and both of them can extend their storage up to 64GB. Stay Tuned with us to know about its availability and pricing in India.

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