Anonymous, 05 Jan 2017What is the problem ?need to input the backup security before it unlocks.
Sarath , 05 Jan 2017Any laser 3 user have heating prob in ur phone? I ve a heating issue in my adus zenfone 3 las... morehow many months is your phone? mine doesn't face any heating problem. i bought mine a month ago.
Be warned - this phone is absolutely terrible. I rarely enter comments on products but this product is so bad, I had to. I initially bought the phone due to decent specs, but the software is absolute crap. You cannot use the phone like a usb mass storage device so you have to use the Asus sharelink app. This app doesn't work most of the time and you have to pair the 2 devices like 1998 technology. There is no drag-and-drop function so you have to manually select the photos or files that you want to transfer. Once you do, the transfer gets auto-cancelled 90% of the time. I won't be buying Asus again, and this is a warning to others that the Asus software negates any spec advantage this phone might have had over any other mid-range phones.
IMO, the most fingerpint problems is about ppl dont change the finger position during the recording process, using the just a litte part of the fingerprint. So, first tip, change positions at each finger you are save (there are 5 savings), also, sencond, you can save the same figerprint (the finger you use the most) as other fingerprint, got it? For this second case, the touch will have almost 20 ways to read one single finger. Its not (usually) the software ou hardware problem, but the way ppl use to save the fingerprint. Dont save just the top, or the midlle or the bottom, save the maximum positions at the saving process. Just a tip.
I think the best value x specs. It works really functional, non-bugs till now. I really dont trust the Cortex processor, I've always used Snapdragon's. But, I'm givin' a chance. Its not amazing, and despites the 'non clean Asus version' on the OS, its a good gadget for routine uses. Its not for gaming, of course. I'm considering to use an Cianogen version to the OS, but only if it shows delays or bugs. I was using an Xperia Z3 and Z5 before, they are much better, but much more expensive, and Sony has being the worst after sales support I've ever seen. So, I changed. Ppl like me that uses for social media and phone calls, its the perfect match, considering price x performance.
Anonymous, 27 Dec 2016what if the fingerprint sensor of this phone becomes wet, what will happen ? since almost fing... moreNothing happened when i got wet my fingerprintscanner, still working smoothly. Perhaps the best way is to keep your scanner dry and always wipe it😉
Own ZenFone3 laser about past 6 days .Nice phone battery backup so on, but battery charging time is horible it take approx 4hrs 0 to 100%
Any one face the same issue here
Schizo, 30 Dec 2016Mine's got a defect. Auto touch/ghost touch when mobile data is turned on.I face the same prob at first but the prob seem to be solved when i charge my phone with only asus charger given when i buy my phone..also i didnt share the charger with other phone..one more option is to install touchscreen repair from google playstore..took about a week to see the difference
Any laser 3 user have heating prob in ur phone? I ve a heating issue in my adus zenfone 3 laser is it my phone's manufacturing defect ??
i bought zf3 laser last week. its a nice phone for a good price. battery last in a day in a moderate use. but there's something wrong a little bit bout the fingerprint sensor.
Zero, 26 Dec 2016Which is great for gaming? Asus Zenfone 5.5 Max or Asus Laser?Zenfone 3 laser is not at all good for gaming because its battery capacity .Batter cames drained wuuckly while l
Playing games.So I prefer zenfone 3 max for gamers
I just bought ZF3 laser last two days and so far I feel quite happy to this phone.
1) 4GB ram: Sufficient for me to use at least 2 years, I'm not changing handphone regularly due to money concern.
2) 32GB internal memory: I have to use 2 sim cards, so no space for storage extension, and system will occupied about 6-8GB, if I get a 16GB internal memory unit I will get stuck in photo and video storage.
3) Camera: Fast focus, the rest still under testing.
4) Battery: Moderate using may last at least 1 day.
5) Design: I choose gold color, looks nice.
6) Function: Recommand to try the zenmotion and zengesture, which help a lot. (Tips: Press and hold to enter in the setting page)
7) Finger print: So far OK.
8) Call quality: OK.
9) ZenUI: Very GOOD because simple.
10) Asus apks: Recommand to try, useful and user friendly. You may feel different in others brand phone bloatware.
I used ZF5 before this unit, is good (Only battery cannot last long but still tolerable for normal user).
During I survey the handphone, mostly recommeded OPPO, none of them ephasis ASUS, same as last time I bought ZF5. I think ASUS marketing strategy quite different with others and zenfone still not very popular among the market.
I choose ZF3 laser this time because the resonable price and higher spec among the same price range phone. Zenfone give me the feel that like those budget user (especially student) who lack of money to upgarde computer, who want to improve performance can only maximum utilised the efficiency of hardware. So i like the feel, the creative from ASUS team.
About using it for 3 months, the battery start to have battery draining problem. On mobile data, u can see the battery percent drop while using it. If u check the phone time frequently it was horrible, every time u turn on the phone's screen the battery percentage changes. I not sure why this happen and now I am going to calibrate the phone by drain the phone battery to 0% and charge it to full. (I always do this but I didn't charge the phone by 0%, I do this by restarting the phone when the battery is fully charged.)