Sponsored Video: ASUS Fonepad powered by Intel

The thin line that was present between tablets and smartphones is decreasing with each passing day. Asus Fonepad is one such example as it is termed as a tablet which can make calls too. This model comes with a 7 inch screen and resolution of 1280 X 800 pixels. It works on 1.6 GHz Intel Atom dual-core processor and the camera quality is also very impressive.


It is made up of all plastic and in the front you also have dual speaker. The display is surrounded by black bezel and there is no physical button on it too due to the Jelly beans onscreen navigation keys. You will find two colors in the market – white and black and weighing around 328 g. The volume keys and the microSD card slot are at the side of the phone and it doesn’t come with any cover.


Asus Fonepad comes with 5MP autofocus camera at the back which clicks images up to 2592 X 1944 pixel resolutions. The video is able to record 1080p videos at 30 fps. It does not perform very well in low light conditions. If you want to take photo of yourself then you can do it with front camera which is 1.2 MP.


The Fonepad runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Beans, has 5 customizable homescreens and has 6 apps shortcuts with 4 onscreen controls. In order to extend the battery life it provides a power saver mode as well.

Battery and Performance

You will find 1GB of RAM and 16 GB inbuilt storage facility in here which can be extended up to 32 GB. The touch sensor is really good and the battery worked all day without charging as it comes with 3950 mAh battery. Even after extensive use you would be left with about 25% of power at the end of the day.
To sum up the Asus Fonepad’s performance, it can be said that at the price of INR 17,499 it is performing very well and all the features that comes with this Fonepad performs really well enhancing the quality of the Fonepad. It comes with goo display, excellent call clarity, battery backup is impressive and the camera’s performance is pretty good. Te only drawback that can be thought of is the plastic buildup and underwhelming speakers.

Enjoy the Asus Fonepad in the video below :

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