ASUS PadFone Mini is a 4-inch Smartphone that Transforms into a 7-inch Tablet

If you’ve owned an ASUS PadFone or previously thought of buying an ASUS PadFone then you will definitely want ASUS’ latest addition to the ASUS PadFone line, the ASUS PadFone Mini.

As the name suggests, the ASUS PadFone Mini is a fresher, smaller version of the previous PadFone.

ASUS PadFone Mini

The new ASUS PadFone Mini features a 4-inch smartphone that transforms into a 7-inch tablet. The ASUS PadFone Mini packs a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z2560 processor, an 8GB of internal storage and a micro SD card slot with up to 64GB support.

The PadFone Mini’s 4-inch smartphone has an 800 x 480 pixel resolution while the 7-inch tablet has a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution. Both displays use IPS+ (in-plane switching), providing clearer and sharper images and better viewing angles.

It has an 8-megapixel, f/2.0 main and 2MP front camera. Its smartphone is just 6.33mm at its thinnest edge and weighs 116g. The ASUS PadFone Mini (smartphone + tablet) has a combined weight of just 376g, lighter than many smartphone-and-tablet combinations.

The ASUS PadFone Mini has a total battery capacity of 3270mAh (12.8Wh) and surprisingly supports dual SIMs.

ASUS PadFone Mini  Specs


Intel Atom Z2560 (1.6GHz)

Operating system

Android 4.3 (will update to 4.4 KitKat) with ASUS ZenUI


eMMC 8GB / Micro SD Card Support / LPDDR2 1GB RAM




DC-HSPA+ (DL/UL): 42/5.76 Mbps


GSM 850/900/1800/1900; UMTS 850/900/1900/2100;

Wi-Fi /Bluetooth

Integrated 802.11 b/g/n; WiFi-Direct


Bluetooth V 4.0 ( EDR + A2DP )


Phone: 4-inch TFT LED Backlight / 800 x 480 WVGA IPS+

Station: 7-inch  TFT LED Backlight / 1280 x 800 WXGA IPS+

Main camera

8MP f/2.0

Front camera



Phone: 4.5Wh, 1170mAh, non-removable polymer battery

Station: 8.3Wh, 2100mAh, non-removable polymer battery


Headphone jack / Micro USB / 24-pin connector / Dual micro SIM




Phone: 124.42 (L) x 61.44 (W) x 6.3-11.2 (H) mm


199.85 (L) x 119.43 (W) x 13.91 (H) mm


Phone: 116g

Station: 260g

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  • ptb-fan

    I notice prices are almost always missing, they add a different depth to these tech articles. Would help if future gadgets introductions here would at least give a hint of how much they are (or might cost)

    • Joey

      Hi, thanks for the comment… only indicated on our zenfone post that asus has yet to announce the local pricing and availability of the new products. We’ll keep you guys updated for sure. :)

    • John G

      Announcements of new products don’t always include price, especially in tech fair events such as CES or MWC.