The ASUS PadFone Infinity and ASUS Fonepad Note 6 now get to enjoy Android 4.4 KitKat. Updates are now available for anyone packing either device.
If you want to know exactly what you're getting into, dig into our dedicated KitKat page for everything you might want to know.
ASUS today announced that's it's preparing an Android 4.4 KitKat update for a number of its devices. They include:
All PadFone 2 models (by the end of the second quarter)
PadFone Infinity (in Asia and Russia by end of Q2).
PadFone A80 (in Europe by end of Q2).
And new PadFone Infinity models (sometime in Q3).
ASUS also will update the devices to the latest version of its ZenUI.
Snapdragon 800 CPU and new camera tricks among features of the 'new' ASUS Padfone Infinity
Following on from its recent product line refresh at IFA, Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS has taken the wraps off a revamped dockable handset, in the form of the "new" Padfone Infinity. A refreshed version of the handset we first saw at Mobile World Congress, the new Padfone packs a 2.2GHz quad-core...
At the conceptual level, the ASUS Padfone series has always sounded cool, but it's never managed to translate that into mainstream success. Previous Padfones, though technically impressive, have been too expensive to win over consumers and carriers en masse. On top of that, ASUS has yet to present a really compelling use case for combining a phone with tablet dock.
Nevertheless, the Taiwanese...
Another busy day in Spain has drawn to a close, and center of a decent piece of todays new devices announcements was ASUS. In the way that only Johnny Shih and company know how, ASUS today introduced the new Padfone Infinity and the Intel Atom powered Fonepad tablet-cum-smartphone hybrid. Just in case you missed the Android Central liveblog, ASUS has kindly posted the highlights from the,...
ASUS announced the 5-inch PadFone Infinity today at MWC 2013 that can become a 10.1-inch tablet when docked to its PadFone Infinity Station companion. This device packs some impressive hardware so get a full dose of specs on the ASUS PadFone Infinity and the Infinity Station after the break.
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