Asus has been one of the busiest Android bees at IFA earlier this month, bringing the FonePad Note 6, second-gen FonePad 7, MeMoPad 8 and 10 to light, but that hasn’t stopped the Taiwanese to also take the wraps off the new PadFone Infinity 24 hours ago.
And that’s not all. According to Jerry Shen, who just happens to be the company’s CEO, there are at least two other Asus gizmos in the pipeline, both prepped for official launches ahead of the 2014 spring season.
First up, there’s a little thing called the MeMoFone (also known as MeMoFone HD 5), which will likely be one of Asus’ first conventional high-end (ish) smartphones. By that, we mean it’ll be a phone and nothing else, coming with no keyboard docks, “Padfone stations” or any hybrid-like accessories.
Aside from the fact that it’ll sport a 5-inch screen (probably boasting HD, not full HD resolution), all the other specs and features are covered in mystery. But, according to Jerry Shen, this is due out sometime before the holidays, meaning in late November or early December, so everything shall be revealed soon.
As for the second gadget, dubbed PadFone Mini, this is supposed to bundle a 4-inch smartphone body and 7-inch tablet docking station into one, just as the bigger PadFone Infinity combines the portability of a 5-inch handheld with the productivity of a 10-inch slate.
Again, no words on actual features and concrete numbers, with a formal intro scheduled for either next year’s CES (in January), or MWC (February). What do you guys think, do Asus employees find the time to sleep besides work, work and work some more?
<Source: Unwired View>