AT&T announced the Asus PadFone X earlier this month at CES, but failed to say when the new smartphone-tablet hybrid would be available. The carrier’s website is currently listing the PadFone X as "coming soon." But soon is a rather vague term, isn’t it? Still, it looks like the new device is getting closer to being released.
An Asus PadFone X, model number T00D, received its Wi-Fi interoperability certificate yesterday. A recent benchmark test found over at GFXBench seemingly confirms that the T00D is AT&T’s PadFone X. So the carrier could indeed launch it in the near future.
AT&T didn’t mention how much the PadFone X would cost. But we imagine it will be one of its most expensive new Android devices. Interested?
sources: Wi-Fi.org (downloadable PDF), GFXBench, AT&T