Asus Padfone X Running on Android 4.4 KitKat Spotted In Benchmark Database

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Asus which has excelled in building convertible and hybrid devices, has once again been working secretly with their new such device called the Padfone X. The convertible (smartphone/tablet) has been spotted in the database of the benchmark site AnTuTu.

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Asus Padfone X Running on Android 4.4 KitKat Spotted In Benchmark Site

The Taiwanese tablet/PC and smartphone manufacturer has already launched their latest Padfone mini in select markets across the globe. This is however targeted to a mid-range consumers as it was launched at $400 which roughly translates to Rs. 24,780. If youa re not aware of the device click here to know more.

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The latest and unannounced Padfone X which has appeared in AnTuTu database could possibly be called as the successor to the Padfone 2 which was launched last year. According to the revealed information of the Padfone X, it will run on Android 4.4 KitKat.

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The revealed display resolution suggests 1200 x 1920 pixels but no information is revealed regarding the size of the display. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 processor (the MSM-8974AB) will be powering the device. The device would also pack at least a 5MP rear camera, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory.

More interesting part is that the Padfone X has scored quite high in the AnTuTu Benchmark v4.0. It is similar to that of a quad-core devices running on Android KitKat version.

There are no details regarding the price and remaining specs of the Padforn X so far, nor the availability date is revealed. But since CES is less than a month away from now, we can possibly expect to see it at the event. Moreover, if not CES, 2014, MWC in February is another possible date.

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