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Jun 7, 2014, 3:20 PM
over in the "Asus PadFone X" discussion:

Anyone heard if you can use it on Tmobile

Maybe a wacky question for the first post on this thread. Looks like it is an ATT exclusive phone, but ATT is selling the device outright. See any issue with it working on Tmobile?
Stopped by AT&T and chatted with a rep. Sounds like they would sell a Padfone X outright with a pay-as-you-go plan. They do have a mandatory 60 period before they will unlock the phone.

So, sounds like it might be an option, but you have to us pa...
The PadPhone X is not a good choice for T-Mobile-- it does not support their WCDMA frequency (WCDMA 1700). If you are in an area where they support LTE 1700 great, but if not...

May 28, 2014, 11:10 PM

looking forward to the full review

But please leave out the infinite references to build quality. No one interested in this device will care if it has a case constructed of brushed platinum interwoven with threaded zebra skin and rubies and sapphires for physical buttons and a screen made of pure kryptonite.

What we really want to know is if it can be functional as both a tablet and phone. More stuff like the bulge that prevents it from sitting evenly when typing would be welcome. What happens when the phone rings while using it as a tablet? Does an incoming call totally disrupt whatever you're working on? Does docking or undocking the phone have any impact on call quality or data connectivity? How easy is it to mess up the docking connector on either end? Does it support ...
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