If we are to believe the rumor, so Asus could benefit from MWC 2013 to lift the veil on a new 7-inch touch tablet, a tablet that would more pride to Intel. Yes, Intel, this is not a typo. His name? Asus Fonepad. And if we talk about today is not for nothing since the first photo of the beast has just been published by Tablet.bg , a picture is accompanied some technical features that allow you to learn a little more about this new terminal. Cool, huh?
The Fonepad obviously would not be the first tablet to opt for an Intel chip. It is actually on the market several manufacturers have already considered this track, manufacturers such as Motorola and its Razr i. Some like it, others months, but the fact remains Fonepad least one terminal interesting, at least on paper.
This first picture to begin with, allows us to see that the tablet should be pride to aluminum . On its back cover, you will find various logos that go - including that of Intel - but also a grid protecting the built-in speaker. A plug and jack, meanwhile, will be directly integrated into the lower edge of the tablet, somewhat like an iPhone 5 or an iPad Mini, then.
And specifications, then? They are to be taken lightly but Asus Fonepad should enjoy a IPS screen 7-inch LCD with a 1280 x 800 resolution , an Intel Atom Z2420 running at 1.2 Ghz , a PowerVR SGX540 GPU , of 1 GB of RAM , a 3.2 megapixel sensor and a second sensor 1.2 Megapixel front. The battery, meanwhile, should type in 4270 mAh and offer a little more than 9 hours of battery life.
Is obviously the question of price. And then, Asus could make an effort and apply the same pricing policy for the Nexus 7. The proposed Fonepad would be between $ 199 and $ 249 depending on the model. Now it only remains to wait for the next Mobile World Congress to get to the net.