tyze, 30 May 2016It uses sd820 which is battery efficient so no prob at allIt's mostly the screen, not the SoC that uses up the battery. At 5.7 inches and 3000 mah expect all time lows from this Asus phone. They could at least let users replace the battery (carry a spare) ... but noooo
firepro20, 30 May 2016Between this, the standard 5.5 Asus Zen3, Huawei P9 and Xiaomi Mi 5. what do you suggest and why?I think mi5. Better spec and the price is so amazing
Thunder Cosmic, 30 May 2016A design is super premium like Huawei Mate 8 but little better, Maybe. Screen size 5.7" with S... moreBattery capacity would not be a problem is they simply allowed a replaceable battery.
If they want to make their customers happy they create a replaceable battery design, if they just care about us buying another phone soon ... no replaceable battery
firepro20, 30 May 2016Between this, the standard 5.5 Asus Zen3, Huawei P9 and Xiaomi Mi 5. what do you suggest and why?I've experienced that ASUS has decent customer services from couple years ago when I had to deal with them for my tablet. Not sure if the other two has service places in NA.
I hate so called dual sim phones using memory slot for second sim. This is one of those.
So it will be available after 2 weeks approximately? Will be nice to know price.
i like zenfone 3 deluxe....best specs....powered by qualcom 820 chipset....but the multi touch....only 5...?
Definitely buying the Zenfone 3 Ultra. If only Zenfone 3 Deluxe using Win 10 Mobile with Continuum. I'll buy both.
I don't get it: to make a removable backplate and glue the bloody battery to the motherboard. Why? To force people to replace their phone after 1-2 years of active use? Realistically, these batteries hold only 80% percent of charge after 1.5 year and ~70% after 2 (or even less), which combining 3000mAh original capacity after 2 years will run your phone dead in just a few hours of browsing. If it cant be easily replaced I'm not f* buying it.