27 August, 2014: The PadFone X runs Android 4.2.2 KitKat and comes loaded with the usual array of Google services like the Chrome browser, Drive, Gmail, Search (including voice), Plus, and Photos. There’s also Hangouts, Maps, the Play app store and its corresponding Books, Games, Movies and TV, Music, and Newsstand portals, and YouTube.The phone has a 5-inch display with a 1, 920×1, 080-pixel resolution. The touchscreen is sharp and responsive to the touch, but it can look a tad dim. On the top edge is a 3.5mm headphone jack, and to the right are a sleep/power button and a volume rocker. At the bottom is a Micro-USB port flanked by two circular ports, which are used for plugging into the tablet dock. Located on the back is a 13-megapixel lens with accompanying flash, and a barely there speaker grille right below it.
To access the microSD card slot that accepts cards of capacities up to 64GB, you’ll need to pry the battery door off using the Micro-USB opening at the bottom. This requires more muscle than it should, and my fingers and nails had to struggle to get through the task.
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