PureView Phase 1 technology.A 5" 1080x1920 pixels Super IPS-LCD display is on the handset, and as mentioned a 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 is running the show, aided by 2 GB of RAM, and backed by a 2400 mAh battery. The 13 MP f/2.0 aperture camera stays, but Asus is using what it calls PixelMaster technology to bin the information from four pixels together into one decked out 3 MP image, similar to Nokia's
Storage gets shrunk to either 16 GB or 32 GB models, instead of 32 GB/64 GB of the original, but that's because you get a memory card slot for expansion now. The phone supports European/Asian networks mainly, with LTE 800/1800/2600 bands, and will arrive with Android 4.2.2 onboard in Titanium Black or Platinum White chassis colors.
The price translates to $640 unsubsidized, while the 10" dock stays the same and will cost $240. If you have the Full HD tablet dock already acquired with the previous PadFone Infinity, it will work just fine with the upgraded version of the phone now.