Dont buy this phone because it has a rubbish battery life, which constantly overheats and in some the battery just goes dead making it an expensive,flashy looking brick. Once its stopped working and if ur lucky and still under warrenty and u want t get it fixed u have to pay asus extra, yes to fix a brand new phone. I would advise u to buy a different phone also because it has chinese firmware so when it does breakdown which it will, u will also have to pay for postage and packeging to Taiwan. All internet sellers are actually chinese so that brings its own problems when u want to arrange a fix or a refund,which is basically nigh impossible
AnonD-623815, 30 Jan 2017Hello all ... Pls tel me if it has any issues in software or hardware and battery life... Thanku The battery sucks with normal use. Android OS eats most of it.
Hello all ... Pls tel me if it has any issues in software or hardware and battery life... Thanku
Anonymous, 01 Jan 2017the best thing about this phone!! "removable batteries"!!!!it is not removable!
everything is ok.. only not true is gorilla glass 3.. i buy this phone nov 26 2016 but now its full of hair line scraches..
Does it have led light in back under it's volume buttons..?would it upgrade to Android7 pizzazz answer my question...
I need for develop an x86 device based as enrolled to the CoreWare CrossOver program. Does it is available any new model powerful than that?
i m not gamer .actually never played any game...(i beileve u could do much more with phone than playing game for ex watching porn haha just kidding)....
my main use : Twitter,whatsapp,insta(to stalk celebs only) ,WPS office(reading novels)...is this phones battery good enough for it???
Best phone that I have ever owned. I've had absolutely zero issues while owning it. This was purchased as a replacement for my Galaxy Note 2 which I owned for many years. Unlike Samsung, Asus seems to be very good about pushing out regular updates to the software and operating system. I've owned it for about 1 year now and its been through a few drops onto concrete being protected by only a thin rubber sleeve and its not got a scratch on it or a malfunction to be found. Great construction and support. I will most likely be buying another Asus phone in the future.
Note: The promised update from Android 5 Lollipop to Android 6 Marshmallow is being delayed much longer than I would have liked. Still waiting as of mid-November...
I own this phone and I like it. I use WhatsApp with more than 40 groups, Telegram with 2 groups (one of it has more than 100 members), BBM with 16 groups. Besides, I manage 8 email address for different purposes. Yes, RAM 4GB helps me a lot. The battery needs to be recharged after office hour, so, I don't think I will switch to other phones for a while. I use this phone since it was released. In my country, the after sales service is sucks, though.
Great Phone for its specs but bad company support Asus is good on making PC/Laptops but sucks at Android specially on software optimization. Don't bother getting any from them if you don't want to end up with an obsolete phone after 1 year.
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2016yes u canYou should check the facts before posting what you think you know. This phone has a very solid battery life, average use and 50% brightness everywhere besides out in the sun, my battery lasts about 1.5 days. Also, it never made the list for the Marshmallow update.
apple man, 18 Jul 2016how lucky you have many asus.. i only have apple 4, 5 & 6 fones... >.Who cares if you have iPhones?