AT&T today announced that it will carry the ASUS PadFone X, a smartphone and tablet in one, exclusively in the U.S. Pricing, detailed specifications and availability will be announced at a later date.
We are committed to delivering our customers the most innovative and compelling device portfolio, said
AT&T and ASUS share a passion for innovation and we are very excited to bring the ASUS PadFone X to the U.S market, said
A Great Screen for Every Scenario The PadFone X is a 5-inch full HD smartphone that activates a 9-inch full HD tablet when the phone is docked. It runs Android KitKat 4.4. and features a thin and light design with a brushed metal frame, a soft-touch back cover and dual front speakers that deliver captivating audio.
The PadFone X combines both smartphone and tablet into a thin and light package with seamless transitions that lets the user choose between two screen sizes dependent on the task at hand. Its unique design and features include: Seamless Transition Simply dock the smartphone and Apps running will instantaneously auto-adjust to fit the larger PadFone station display. Optimal Experience Consumers can effortlessly select the display experience that s optimized for the application and their environment at that moment whether they are watching a video at their kitchen table or taking a call as they run out the door. The PadFone X delivers a uniquely seamless experience that enables today s mobile life. Large Battery The companion PadFone station includes a large battery. It charges the smartphone s battery when docked, providing two times longer battery life. This allows users to do more of the things they love, for longer.
State-of-the-Art Technologies The PadFone X supports LTE-Advanced technology, including Carrier Aggregation. The new product also supports Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and HD Voice.
ASUS and AT&T started working together in 2012 with the launch of VivoTab RT and continued through 2013 with the MeMO Pad FHD 10 LTE. For more information about the PadFone X visit att.com/PadFoneX or watch the ASUS press conference live on
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