In February, Asus announced a third generation variant of its hybrid phone-tablet device, Fonepad 7 with the model number FE375CL. The latest one comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system preinstalled and it adds significant enhancements to the other areas of the device as compared to its predecessors.
Now, the Fonepad 7 third generation model has been approved by TENAA, the Chinese regulatory website equivalent to FCC in the US. Eventually, we can expect the Fonepad 7 to be launched initially in China.
Furthermore, Asus has listed the Fonepad 7 on its global website tipping at a global release of the device in phases, of course. The hybrid device is expected to be priced at $235.
To remind you of its specifications, the Fonepad 7 is given a 7 inch display with a resolution of 1280×800 pixels and it is powered by a 1.3 GHz quad core Intel Atom Z3530 processor with 64 bit support. The processor is aided by 2 GB of RAM and there is 32 GB of expandable storage space onboard.
The imaging aspects of the hybrid device comprise of a 5 MP snapper at its back with FHD 1080p video recording support and a 2 MP front facing selfie snapper. Other aspects of the Fonepad 7 are 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a non-removable battery rated to pump in 22.5 hours of talk time and 397 hours of standby time.