BERLIN -- We're over in Germany to see all the delights of the IFA tech show. Asus is here launching a bunch of new kit including the FonePad 7 -- a refreshed version of its ludicrous 7-inch Android phone. Read editors' take
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At 7 inches, this really isn't a phone for those of you after a portable little device to slide into your jeans. Read editors' take
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There's a 5-megapixel camera on the back for snapping shots of your food for Instagram. Read editors' take
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The metal back of the previous model has been replaced with a circle-patterned plastic back. Read editors' take
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It's at least fairly slim, though you'll still look silly holding it to your face. Read editors' take
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There's a front-facing camera, too, for video calling over Skype or Google Hangouts. Read editors' take
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You can expand the internal storage using a microSD card. Read editors' take
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Nope, that isn't just a tiny little hand, it really is a massive phone. Read editors' take
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