Asus FonePad: Intel Powered Upcoming Budget Tablet Back Panel Surfaces Online


What's this, Asus is working on a new budget tablet? According to leaks circulating on the internet, Asus is busy working on a new budget tablet, which will run on a Intel Atom Z2420 processor. The model no of the device has been told to be ME371MGand there are hints suggesting the new tablet will be called FonePad K004.

The latest report has been out, the folks over there have leaked the full specs sheet and an image of the back panel of the upcoming devices, adding potential to the rumored reports.


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Asus FonePad: Intel Powered Upcoming Budget Tablet

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As per report, the Asus ME371MG will land flaunting a 7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z2420 x86 processor, 1 GB Ram, 8/16/32GB of internal storage, microSD card slot, 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera and a 3 megapixel rear camera ,3G, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth and a 4270 mAh battery. Of course there is no official news from Asus regarding the device

Atom Z2420 processor is not exactly a high-end processor and it is quite likely that the phone will be introduced as a entry-level tablet. When is the device expected to be announced? Probably the second quarter of this year.

Asus have come up with great tablets in the past. The Nexus 7 by Asus is the most popular tablet running, today. Now, it looks like Asus are getting ready to compete in the budget tablet battlefield. Apart from this rumored up-comer, there was news about two new budget tablets, by the manufacturing company, including the MeMo Pad 7 and MeMo Pad 10.

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