By Jaime Rivera | September 4, 2013 6:16 AM
The first-generation Asus Fonepad was one of those devices that you didn’t find logic for, unless you felt the desire to use your 7-inch tablet for phone calls, and yeah, our own Anton D. Nagy is one of those people that enjoyed it. Still, once we figured-out the fact that this product was based-off the Google Nexus 7 in design and most specifications, and it was clear that it shouldn’t be a product to just ignore.
Asus is now teasing their second-generation product, now dubbed the Fonepad 7, less than a year since the unveiling of the first one, and aside from bringing a ton of the design cues of the current Nexus 7, it also excels in the fact that it includes dual front-firing speakers as well. Other minor improvements include a 5-megapixel camera when compared to the old 3.2 megapixel camera on the previous model. As with the first-generation tablet, this new Fonepad 7 also runs on an Intel Atom processor, though we still don’t have other details on the rest of the spec sheet.
We’re expecting to run into more from Asus and their new Fonepad 7 at IFA 2013, so make sure you stick around for our full coverage, which begins today.
Source: Android Community