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Asus PadFone Infinity

alaTest has collected and analyzed 31 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the responsiveness. The camera also gets good reviews. Views are divided on the battery, while the portability and value for money get less positive comments.

design, camera, responsiveness

screen, value for money, portability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Asus PadFone Infinity is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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ASUS PadFone Infinity review: the convertible phone goes full HD and beyond

 

Almost exactly two years ago, Motorola's Android-in-Webtop-OS solution was kicked off the stage by ASUS' PadFone, the world's first phone that could

Attractive aluminum design ; Slick tablet transformation ; Smooth and clean operating system

Some new bundled apps are buggy ; Thick screen bezel ; Dynamic Display not fully compatible

The PadFone Infinity is almost everything that we had hoped for since the previous model, only to be hindered by some of its buggy new apps.

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Asus Padfone Infinity review: Hands-on

 

The Asus Padfone Infinity is the brand's latest smartphone-tablet hybrid, but what does it bring to the table? We went hands-on to find out...

Like its predecessors, the Padfone Infinity is a compelling product, but it's difficult to say whether it will prove to be a hit. However, the idea of one data plan for two products is appealing, and the phone looks good as a standalone product. We'll...

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ASUS Padfone Infinity Android phone (preview)

 

The ASUS Padfone Infinity is the third-generation model of the Padfone series.

Full HD screen ; Hefty internal memory ; 4G-capable

Slightly heavier than predecessor ; No microSD card slot ; No AU release date or price

The ASUS Padfone Infinity is the third-generation model of the company's Padfone line of products. It has a full HD display, a 13-megapixel camera and up to 64GB of internal memory.

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Hands on: Asus Padfone Infinity review

 

Up close with the retina-beating phone. That's also a tablet.

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Asus PadFone Infinity

 

Hands-on: A phone-tablet convertible hybrid. Good, but crazy expansive.

The Asus PadFone Infinity offers some great design inflections and some fab specs. But, just like its predecessors, it’ll be squeezed into a tiny niche. Not only is the premise a little awkward, but the price is downright scary. Buy a top-end tablet...

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Asus PadFone Infinity

 

The 5-inch Asus Padfone Infinity docks with a screen to become a 10-inch tablet.

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Review: Asus PadFone Infinity (Qualcomm Snapdragon 800)

 

The PadFone Infinity may have gotten a hardware upgrade with its slightly faster processor and an improved camera, but it's still the same handset from before. Feel free to get this handset if you need a phone/tablet combo, but take heed that it's not...

Solid design; bright vibrant screen; two-day battery life when paired with the PadStation tablet dock; offers flexibility for those who want a tablet as well; camera takes good shots; comes with microSD card slot now

Battery life of PadFone Infinity when used on its own is poor; software that controls auto brightness of the display fails to properly detect ambient light at times, making the display too dim at times

The updated PadFone Infinity is no doubt a great phone to have, but it faces stiff competition from other handsets such as the Samsung Galaxy S4, LG G2 and Sony Xperia Z1. It does have the unique ability to transform into a tablet, which other handsets...

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Review: Asus PadFone Infinity

 

The Asus PadFone Infinity improves on its previous design and is a great smartphone by itself. While it does give you the option to change the handset into a tablet, it's a feature that most won't need.

Solidly built and attractive; 4G LTE; bright and vivid display; camera takes pretty good shots; close to stock Android

Expensive (when purchased with the PadStation tablet); keyboard in tablet mode is hard to use; speaker volume is a tad soft; no microSD card slot

The PadFone Infinity is a much improved handset that stands perfectly fine on its own. You won't need the tablet dock, though the option is there if you want your current smartphone and tablet pairing to be one device. While there are times where...

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Asus announces the 5-inch PadFone Infinity

 

BARCELONA, Spain--Well that was quick. It's hasn't even been a year since the launch of the PadFone 2 back in October 2012 and a new PadFone is making a debut here in Barcelona. Last year's MWC saw the launch of the first PadFone, so this kind of makes...

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Hands on: Asus Padfone Infinity

 

Asus has made probably as good a "transform" device as you'd find today, but you have to first buy into the idea that you want one device instead of two.

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