Asus Transformer Pad TF502T Running on Android Might Get Launched at MWC 2014

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After Asus Transformer Book Duet, a dual-boot Android-Windows running device which got announced couple of days back at the CES 2014, the Taiwan based company seems to be busy to launch their new similar device.

Asus Transformer Pad TF502T Running on Android To Launch at MWC 2014

Now a new Asus tablet has hit the online world which is an Android tablet based on the copmany's older Windows RT device. Also Known as Transformer Pad TF502T, the device is quite similar to VivoTab RT TF600T's design and specs.

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Going by the specs, the Transformer Pad TF502T measures 8.3mm-thin, and comes with a 10.1 inch Super IPS+ display offering a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. It comes protected by Corning Gorilla Glass.

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The upcoming tablet from the maker of Padfone is powered by Nvidia's Tegra 3 quad-core processor (ARM Cortex A9) 1.3GHz coupled with 2GB of RAM. The tablet would run Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean OS.

The device also sports an 8MP rear camera which is quite impressive. The Transformer Pad TF502T would house a 32GB of internal storage capacity along with a 32GB of Asus WebStorage space (for 3 years). There would be NFC, WiFi-only and 3G versions, all with Bluetooth 4.0.

The device comes along with a keyboard dock. There is also no details on the Battery and other specs so far, the price has also not been disclosed as yet.

Although the Transformer Pad TF502T is already listed on Taiwanese Asus Website, it isn't available as yet. However, the device has been already given the green signal by the Bluetooth SIG back in December so there is no need to wait for too long.

Moreover one can assume the device to get launched at the MWC 2014 later in February in Barcelona.


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