Tuesday, 15 April 2014

First impressions: Asus Fonepad 7 Dual SIM



Asus has just pulled the wraps off a new member in the Fonepad family. The Fonepad 7 dual SIM (ME175) carries forward a number of the options from the previous Fonepad versions however adds dual-SIM functionality and a quicker Intel electronic communication equipment.

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The 7-inch HD (1280 x 800) IPS display is surrounded by very thick bezels all around, that once more, isn’t very pretty. The display itself is pretty good but as colors are punchy and viewing angles are wide.

The Fonepad 7 dual SIM comes with android 4.3 out-of-the-box and Asus’s typical garnish over the stock interface. I for one really like it as it doesn’t retract too much from stock and yet, adds lots functional improvements. There’s plenty going on in the notification bar which ensures you don’t stray too far from the homescreen for menial tasks. Asus’s popup apps also aid multitasking greatly.

The tablet is power-driven by the Intel CloverTrail and platform. This consists of a dual-core cpu (previous versions had single-core) with HyperThreading, doubling the number of possible threads per clock cycle. There’s also 1GB of RAM and a 8GB of onbaord storage. The latter can be expanded by up to 64GB. The Fonepad 7 dual SIM performs practically in benchmarks and whereas it’s not as powerful as compared to some native quad-core chipsets, it’s actually no slouch.

Asus also adds a bunch of their own apps like Splendid and Power Saver. The camera interface is also clean up nicely and we have a very user friendly layout. we didn’t get a chance to check out the battery life given our short time with the device but it did seem to empty pretty quickly. 

The Asus Fonepad seven dual SIM is priced at Rs 12,999, that isn't unhealthy considering the options and therefore the indisputable fact that it’s backed by a renowned brand. There are dual-SIM tablets obtainable for lesser just like the volcanic rock QPad or the iBall 3G 7271 HD7, but these tablets lack some options that the Fonepad possess and also, can most likely ne'er see software updates within the future.


              


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1 comment:

  1. Its very interesting post, good job

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