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ASUS launch the new version of the MEMO Pad Smart 10 "2 this summer

Not long ago, ASUS showed us its 10-inch MEMO Pad Smart tablet. A tablet that completed the series with the 7-inch MEMO Pad (a sister tablet of Google's Nexus 7 from the same manufacturer).

But nevertheless, ASUS wants to improve it and will release a new version this summer. The Memo Pad Smart 10 ? 2 (ME302KL) In what is an example of constant updating and improvement of its products for a sector such as 10 ? tablets for Android, which is somewhat orphaned.

To begin, replace the Nvidia Tegra 3 processor with Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 quad-core 1.5 GHz next to the Adreno 320 GPU. Carry 1 GB of RAM, rear camera 13 Megapixel and front of 1.2 Megapixel, in addition to the screen that is presumed to be Full HD.

The battery will have 5050 mAh, which also does not seem too much for a 10-inch device (but not everything is mah, much less), will have 4g LTE connectivity, in addition to the usual Bluetooth, WiFi and 3G. Its size: 266 × 181.7 × 9.9 mm with a weight of 579 grams.

As its predecessor, it will have an internal storage of 16 GB expandable via SD card, but it is still unknown if he will bring an account in the ASUS cloud (ASUS WebStorage) 5 GB like the previous one As is also unknown at the moment, if it will come with a cover Key Folio.

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<p>With these features halfway between toes and good to dry, you may be able to maintain the fabulous price of the first version, <strong>329 euros</strong>, but if you do, it will surely become one of the <strong>most competitive 10-inch tablets on the market </strong>(Not to mention the most competitive, 70 euros cheaper than the 16 GB Nexus 10 that is not too expensive, but if it has certain much better features, such as resolution, on the other hand, without apps prepared for that, it is also not worth a lot).</p>
<p>It already convinced me in its first version, but seeing these new specifications I think I'll wait until summer. What do you think about it?</p>
<p>Source: Techblog Greece</p>