Reviews and Problems with Asus Fonepad 7 FE170CG / FE175CG / ME372CL / ME372CG / ME372CG / FE375CG
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Asus Fonepad 7 FE375CG Tablet Review
28 February 2015
Summary: Asus Fonepad 7 FE375CG is a well-designed mid-range smartphone cum tablet with powerful combination of Intel Atom Z3560 quad-core SoC and integrated PowerVR G6430 GPU. It shows impressive performance in operating apps, playing games and running other multimedia applications.
Conclusion: The Asus Fonepad 7 FE375CXG is a niche device and isn't exactly keeping it a secret. A compact, affordable tablet like the rest of them seven-inchers when it comes to the usual stuff like email, web browsing and whatever commuters and vacationers do.
Pros: 7" IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, 216ppi, oleophobic coating, Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Asus UI, 1.3GHz quad-core CPU; PowerVR G6430 GPU; 1GB RAM; Intel Atom Z3530 chipset, 2MP camera with 720p video recording; 0.3MP front-facing unit, 8 or 16 GB of built-in memory; microSD c...
Cons: Low-res cameras, Reflective screen struggles both indoors and outdoors, Unimpressive screen to surface ratio, No wired TV-out option, no IR port
ASUS Fonepad 7 FE375CG review - A 7-inch powerhouse tablet phone for the masses
5 January 2015
Excerpt: Those looking for a larger smartphone or tablet with phone capabilities may often find that these devices are rather larger than the actual screen. For those looking for a more compact 7-inch display smartphone or 3G tablet, ASUS have come out with their ASUS Fonepad 7 FE375CG .
Excerpt: Featuring a slim bezel 7-inch display design with dual-SIM capabilities, 3G connectivity and phone functions, the ASUS Fonepad 7 FE375CG follows the same design as the previously reviewed ASUS Fonepad 8 .
Excerpt: The new range of 64-bit Intel Atom powered tablets from ASUS continues to expand and this time we got our hands on the ASUS Fonepad 7 FE375CG . While it doesn't differ much from the ASUS Fonepad 8 , the smaller 7-inch display does make it more appropriate to make calls and lets you carry it easier.
Summary: For big ears. Asus launches a refresh of its phablet line with the Fonepad 7. The mid-range, 7-inch device is well-equipped - it features Intel's Atom Z3560 quad-core SoC with a clock rate of 1.83 GHz and integrated PowerVR G6430 graphics chip, dual-SIM feature, and an IPS screen in HD resolution.
Pros: IPS screen with high viewing angle stability, Good color reproduction, Screen's surface good gliding properties, Immaculate build, Solid casing, Long battery runtimes, Dual-SIM feature, Latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat, Acceptable sound, Decent primary camera, Dual-SIM support, the latest Android 4.4....
Cons: No Full HD resolution, Abysmal webcam, No LED flash, A Full HD resolution and a removable battery.
ASUS FonePad 7 FE375CG Review: Dual SIM 64 Bit Tablet With Very Appealing Price (Video)
10 September 2014
Conclusion: ASUS FonePad 7 FE375CG gets an 8.9 out of 10 for design, a 9.2 out of 10 for hardware and a 9.5 out of 10 for OS and UI. The final grade is 9.2 out of 10 and this model is a big upgrade from its predecessor and a great back to school product for your kid.
Pros: dual SIM tablet, good price, powerful hardware, good audio, a ton o camera options, runs any new game
Cons: not very bright screen, fingerprint magnet, log charging time, weak video capture, slightly overheats, bloatware-ish
Summary: ASUS’ Fonepad line of device must be doing pretty well in the market as the Taiwanese tech powerhouse is constantly releasing newer variants of the Fonepad. This month, we had a chance to review the latest and most affordable Fonepad 7 to date.
Pros: Dual-SIM, Very affordable, Solid & study build
Summary: A lot of people have been really excited about the new Asus FonePad 7, us included, and it proves to us why it’s worth all the attention. For a price of just Php5,995 , you get a really solid design with decent internals and a software experience that is almost unmatched.
Summary: The ASUS Fonepad 7 (ME175CG) is a strong 7-inch tablet offering that packs a good display and build coupled with a very decent set of hardware and the latest Jellybean out of the box. Not to mention that it has full phone and text functionality, 3G connectivity, and can support two microSIM cards.