Asus Padfone Infinity

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81

TechSpot Metascore

Based on 10 expert reviews
  • Excellent:
    4
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    0

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Expert reviews and ratings

By DigitalVersus on 80

The PadFone Infinity is a beautiful device, well finished and largely in phase with the hybrid concept from whence it was born. Even just as a smartphone, it holds its own against its high-end competitors. A few minor issues keep it from a five-star...

By AsiaOne on 80

Two years ago, Asus offered consumers the option to extend their smartphone experience onto a tablet with the first PadFone. The third iteration, the Asus PadFone Infinity, throws in a few significant hardware and software updates.Instead of having a...

By FoneArena on

Overall, the Padfone Infinity is a great upgrade to the Padfone 2. All the aspects of the device such as display, build, camera and the performance are great. Only few built-in apps switches to tablet mode when docked. Asus has come way ahead in the...

By IT PRO on

ASUS whipped the covers off yet another smartphone-tablet hybrid, at MWC in the form of the PadFone Infinity. However, it wasn't the features of the device, but the price point which was the main talking point. At £799 - it's pricey and our initial...

By Good Gear Guide on

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...

By Trusted Reviews on

Few gadgets have attracted as much derision as the Asus PadFone smartphone-tablet hybrids in recent years. However, seemingly immune to the abuse, Asus has come up with a new one. The Asus PadFone Infinity boasts fantastic specs and some truly clever...

By TechRadar on

So this is it: Asus' latest and greatest Padfone. Far from being the joke the concept was initially seen as, Asus is serious about its tablet and accompanying slot-in phone and has re-tooled it for 4G LTE, Android 4.2 and provided it with a cracking Full...

By Pocket-lint on

One of this year's MWC mega launches, the Asus Padfone Infinity - which is the anticipated "Padfone 3" device - has a lot to shout...

By T3 Magazine on

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....

International Review By telefonino.net on 88

Il Padfone Infinity di ASUS con Padfone Infinity Station viene venduto in Italia, “in bundle”, al prezzo di 999 euro nella sola variante di colore: Titanium...

International Review By frandroid.com on 70

En somme, cette nouvelle version du PadFone Infinity est sans aucun doute un bon appareil. Or, il fait face à une concurrence très féroce constituée de smartphones comme les Samsung Galaxy S4, LG G2 et autre Sony Xperia Z1. Toutefois, il possède la...

International Review By Les Numériques on 80

Assurément beau, bien fini et quasi en phase avec le concept initial qui l'anime, le Padfone Infinity est également capable de tenir tête aux concurrents haut de gamme en tant que simple smartphone. Quelques désagréments l'empêchent d'atteindre la note...

International Review By android-mt.com on 85

Asus a eu le mérite de persévérer pour son concept de smartphone qui se transforme en tablette. Le smartphone seul possède le meilleur rapport qualité/prix pour un appareil haut de gamme. Si vous n'aimez pas les appareils munis de surcouches trop...

By gadgetspeaks.com on 71

See how amazing it is? As I said- under rated. It cant stand against the features of Samsung Galaxy S4 but certainly behaves with less lag and faster response compared to the GS4. If you talk about HTC One, well I would say HTC One is better with limited...