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Oppo shares the same Chinese parent company as OnePlus.
The phone will use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 processor.
Yep. That's a phone. It's also a tablet. Well, it's mostly a tablet with smartphone features. And yes, the Asus FonePad is very big and quite absurd-looking as a phone.
The FonePad ships with Android 4.1.2. This means when you rotate the tablet, the scree (and all its icons) rotates with it.
Aside from the smooth metal back, the FonePad looks and feels a lot like the Nexus 7.
The FonePad's back camera delivers decent pics and video, but what's that panel at the top?
The microSD and SIM card secret compartment. Difficult to open if your hands are at all slippery.
The Asus Splendid app provides the deepest level of screen customization I've yet seen on a tablet.
Off-camera, hundreds are pointing and laughing. I'm doing my best to hide my tears.
The FonePad compared to the 5.5-inch LG Optimus G Pro. Quite the size difference.