Asus is reportedly expanding its line of smartpohones with a new, smaller Padfone and its first smartphone based on the MeMO brand (which Asus currently uses for low-end tablets).
The Asus Padfone mini would work much like the company’s other Padfone products. You’d have a smartpohone that slides into a tablet dock, letting you use all the functions of your phone on a bigger screen (with the added benefit of a bigger battery).
But up until now all of the Asus Padfone devices have featured 10 inch tablet stations. The Padfone mini would be a 4 inch smartphone with a 7 inch tablet dock. It’s expected to launch in November or December.
There aren’t many details about the MeMOFone HD 5, but the name suggests it’ll have a 5 inch display, with a resolution of at least 1280 x 720 pixels.
via Unwired View