Asus is launching a new Android tablet and Android-powered gaming phone that it says will offer “competitively priced” pricing for “low-end” devices.
The new Rtac3200 tablet will be available in April, and the phone is expected to hit stores in August, Asus said on Wednesday.
The tablet, called the Rt3200 Tablet, is a 1.2-inch tablet with a 1080p touchscreen, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
The phone, which will be called the Asus Rtpac3, is said to be a 2.5-inch, 1280 x 720 Android-equipped phone with a 4.5mm-thin, 1080p display.
Both tablets have been announced as “exclusive to ASUS” but not officially launched, Asus told The Globe and Mail in a statement.
The Rtpak3 and Rtpaco3 will be priced at $399 and $429 respectively, and are expected to be available at Best Buy and Amazon on April 7.
The company also said that it will be introducing a “new range of smartphones” in the near future, and it will likely launch a tablet called the “Rtac-3 Android Tablet” in early 2018.
The company also announced plans to sell a new smartphone in the U.S. called the ASUS Rtpam 3.0, which the company said will be a 4G LTE Android-enabled device.
The Asus Rtcam 3 will cost $499.99 and be available on April 13, with pricing expected to increase.