Android KitKat Update For Asus PadFone 2, PadFone Infinity and New PadFone Infinity Announced

By Vivek

Most of the smartphone manufacturers have been rolling out the Android KitKat update for all its flagship devices and others off late. Now following the same move, the Taiwan based PC/tablet and smartphone maker Asus has also announced that it will release the update to its range of device by the end of Q2 this year.

Android KitKat Update For Asus PadFone Series Announced


The Company, via a blog-post, officially announced to release the KitKat update to PadFone 2 (All models expected to be updated by the end of Q2 2014), PadFone Infinity (Asia and Russia units to be updated by the end of Q2 2014), PadFone A80 (European model to be updated by the end of Q2 2014) and New PadFone Infinity (Update planned for Q3 2014).

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What is more impressive is that Asus has also committed to update several of its PadFone models, especially the PadFone 2, which was originally introduced way back in late 2012. Thus this might help a lot in retaining the attention of the company's fans.

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However, the owners of these devices may may have to wait for a little longer period to receive the KitKat update.

It is worth mentioning that the KitKat update will also bring new Asus ZenUI with a new user interface in the ZenFone. The PadFone mini would also get a cleaner layout, flat icons, new color themes, animations, new ringtone and notification tones with the update.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!


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