Computex 2013 is underway and Asus is out to steal the show. The manufacturer has already announced more than a dozen projects including a new Transformer Book Trio and Memo Pad HD 7. Perhaps most interesting of all the company has revealed its answer to Samsung’s Popular Galaxy Note 2, the Fonepad Note FHD 6.
The Fonepad Note FHD 6 appears to be targeting foreign markets, as the device will not support LTE due to the device’s Intel Atom processor, which is not compatible. The Fonepad Note FHD 6 will, however, support HSPA+ for data retrieval and 3G for voice, which is widely used overseas.
The competing phablet offers a similar aesthetic to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, but the device is actually a tad bigger, offering a 6-inch 1080 x 1920 Super IPS+ 450 nits display. The device also offers a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Z2560 dual-core processor, with 2GB of RAM, and a 1.2MP-front facing camera and 8MP rear-facing camera.
The device is set to run Android, though Asus has yet to confirm what version of the OS the device will sport. Additionally, Asus has yet to reveal what type of stylus technology the device will employ.