Asus has shown in Taipei the renewed version of a smartphone that captured everyone’s attention at the Mobile World Congress 2013, PadFone Infinity. There are few improvements over its predecessor. Changes in the processor, microSD card slot and an additional microphone for noise cancellation.
The processor, passes to Snapdragon 600 to Snapdragon 800, quad-core 2.26 GHz, so we will notice faster when running applications and others. With respect to storage, has been reduced and now has to choose between 16 and 32 GB, which is understandable when you consider that now we can use expansion cards. Another change, as we say, is that the smartphone also integrates this time a second microphone for ambient noise cancellation.
Regarding the design has also changed. In fact, the back is metal, which gives it a much more premium and robust than its predecessor. To reinforce this image of quality, the equipment comes to market with two new color options: “black titanium” and “white platinum”. Furthermore, the section was also modified software, the PadFone Infinity come standard with Android 4.2.2.
Another area in which the manufacturer has made emphasis is on the camera, while maintaining the same 13 MP sensor; the new tablet comes with a new app that manages the camera with a feature dubbed Pixelmaster, combining the different pixels to provide a clearer picture.
The new device will go on sale for 18,990 New Taiwan dollars (640 dollars/480 euros) free base costing 7,000 New Taiwan dollars (240 dollars/180 euros).