As the name implies the FonePad Note 6 is a mixture between a tablet and a smartphone, a phablet as we usually call it. With a 6-inch Full HD screen the Note 6 brings Android 4.2 powered by an Intel Atom Z2580 Dual Core (2GHz) processor.
The FonePad Note 6 is rumoured to have a battery life that can reach up to 17hours with phonecalls and 3G connection on and 7 hours of video playback. The data connection makes use of the DC-HSPA+ protocol which allows a download speed of up to 42Mbps.
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The fact that it has ‘Note’ in its name is due to the fact that it has a stylus in order for you to be able to draw or write directly on the screen, operations that are supported by Asus proprietary applications. This is very similar to what we can already find in Samsung’s Note devices. For example, when the stylus is removed from its slot the ‘Instant Page’ application is automatically opened in order for the user to be able to quickly take notes, even if they have another application open. On the other hand ‘Smart Crop’ allows you to quickly record an image in any application, all you have to do is select the area you want to record. The previews allowed by “Smart Peek” enable quick access to the contents of any application, just like users have been doing in a regular PC for a long time, just with a touch of the stylus.
The Asus FonePad Note 6 is already available in Portugal with the recommended price tag of 399€.