Asus to launch PadFone at Mobile World Congress?

Asus to launch PadFone at Mobile World Congress?


If you remember, Asus introduced the PadFone, a tablet/smartphone hybrid, last year. Although we haven’t heard much about the PadFone in quite some time, MoDaCo has some juicy news that caught our attention. They’re reporting that Asus has confirmed that they will launch the extraordinary device at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 27th.

Rumors are flying that the PadFone will be packing Android 4.0, along with a Tegra 3 processor, despite the fact that we heard the phone will feature a Qualcomm processor. We also learned that the tablet half of the PadFone will be able to use the dock from the original Asus Transformer, which gives users even more functionality. In any case, MWC is a month away, so it won’t be long before the mystery of the PadFone is revealed. The video below gives us a better idea of what ICS and the PadFone will be like.

So what do you think about the new and improved Asus PadFone? Anyone excited to see this thing drop at MWC? Let us know in the comments!

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