Asus has had success with its Zenfone series and a new edition may have passed through TENAA and GFXBench. Known only as the Asus X002, the phone has a 5" 720p screen and a quad-core 64-bit processor.
The phone runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat and is based on a MediaTek MT6732 chipset, which packs for Cortex-A53 cores at 1.5GHz and Mali-T760 GPU. The specs on RAM differ – GFX says 2GB, TENAA just 1GB, but this is likely a regional variation like the Zenfone A500KL.
Unlike that one, however, the Asus X002 is a single-SIM device (confirmed by both sources) and has LTE connectivity, with up to 150Mbps downlinks (Cat. 4).
The main camera shoots 8MP stills, but there's uncertainty about the video capture – one source says 720p, the other claims 2160p. The chipset officially supports up to 1080p, so that's the likely middle ground. The front camera is a selfie-friendly 5MP.
Anyway, the Asus X002 is 9.9mm thick and weighs 140g. It will come with 8GB of built-in storage, plus room for up to 32GB more with a microSD card.
Thanks to Priyash for sending this in!
when can i except asus zenphone series 2 x002 model in india?? another question is is there any site through which i can buy asus zenphone 5 500kl model in india????? please kindly let me know.i am crazy about asus !!!!!
that how "customer friendly" they are !!!
A 720p is in most cases more than enough for a cell phone. I agree that 1080p or higher would look better but in my opinion, going past 720p yields diminishing returns while wasting battery. Battery life is terrible as it is, and should not be made w...