Asus hasn’t messed around too much with the stock music player, which is not a bad thing since ICS comes with a pretty mean one. You can sort your songs by Recent, Albums, Artists, Songs, Playlists or Genre. The player has a clean look to it and you even get audio enhancements by default. The great bit is that the player also supports FLAC files now. The audio quality is good with a decent pair of earphones and the volume is quite loud even without the enhancements.
Media playback is good
The PadFone is a quad-band GSM device, but supports only two bands for 3G: 900 and 1200. It still does 21Mbps down and 5.76Mbps up, so it’s still on par with most other smartphones. Other connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct and Bluetooth but no NFC. For storage, you get 16GB built-in along with a hot-swap microSD card slot under the cover, which expands it by up to 32GB.
Browsing the web is a pleasant experience thanks to the fast CPU
The stylus/headset is part of the bundle
Other apps include MyLibrary, which lets you read Ebooks and popular news publications. Kindle app also comes bundled. There’s MovieStudio for editing your captured videos, Polaris Office for working on Office documents and spreadsheets.
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