Earlier this week ASUS released the PadFone Mini in Taiwan, a 4.3-inch midrange addition to its PadFone series which can be snapped into a dock that turns it into a 7-inch tablet. Now a high-end device by ASUS has appeared in the AnTuTu database using the codename the PadFone X. While nothing is official yet, it is hard to not guess that this is the internal codename for the PadFone 3, but nothing can be ruled out.
Not everything is known about the upcoming device, but the AnTuTu specs are pretty revealing. The PadFone X takes advantage of the Snapdragon 800 CPU clocked at 2.2GHz, 2GB of RAM, a screen of unknown size with an impressive 1920×1200 resolution and 16GB of on device storage.
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The AnTuTu test only lists one 5MP back facing camera but it is possible that the device AnTuTu tested was only a prototype and the final camera will see a significant upgrade.
So how did the mystery device perform? Quite well actually. It scored 35,406, which puts it above even the Octacore version of the Samsung Galaxy S4.We will keep an eye out for more information and will pass it along as soon as it breaks.Photo: Antutu.net
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the score looks suspicious. Personally I think it is an 8974AB clocked at a more typical 2.4Ghz .. at “only” 2.2Ghz and without super fast xiamomi RAM (world’s fastest LPDDR3 dram), it should not be scoring over ~34k.