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The Asus FonePad, the world’s largest mobile phone, at MWC 2013

They are already passing. Before, mobile devices that had a 3.5-inch screen were already very large. We all remember the fever of small mobiles, where they wanted to occupy as little as possible. Today that has been forgotten, or at least, it has been forgotten within the Asus offices, and they are about to launch the new Asus FonePad, the world’s largest mobile, with a seven-inch screen, and will arrive at the 2013 Mobile World Congress.

Yes, we all know, seven inches is the size of a tablet, not that of a smartphone, but it seems that the Asus FonePad it is actually intended to be used as a phone and not just a tablet, so it will have a connection to the mobile network. The only problem it presents is that if one day a homonymous tablet comes out, we will have to buy a car to take it down the street. In any case, it is still a curious device that is sure to attract a lot of attention.

Its seven-inch screen will have a resolution of 1200 by 800 pixels, which is not bad at all, although it does not get into the field of the highest quality. On the other hand, it will have an Intel processor, a fact that is also quite decisive, considering the difficulties that the chip manufacturer company is having to get into the market for mobile devices. The processor will be an Intel Atom Z242, of which we still cannot know precisely the performance. It will also have WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS connectivity, and will have an internal memory of 16 GB.

He Asus FonePad It would be presented at the Mobile World Congress 2013 and the best thing is the price with which it would be launched on the market, since it would be around 200 euros. A great figure for a device that is not bad at all, and that on top of it seems that it will even have telephone capabilities. We will see if this ends up being fulfilled and we will soon see what would be the largest mobile phone in the contemporary world, the Asus FonePad.

We have read it in Coolsmartphone.