Some value battery life above all else and phones such as the new Asus Zenfone 4 Max are built specifically for them. Boasting a mammoth 5,000mAh battery and the PowerMaster power saving mode, the new Max can outlast most phones on the market.
The phones comes in two versions – Snapdragon 430 (octa-core) and Snapdragon 425 (quad-core). You can have up to 4GB of RAM and 16/32/64GB storage (plus a microSD on a rare non-hybrid dual-SIM slot).
The in-box charger is relatively weak – 10W – and it takes a long 4 hours to charge the battery to 100%. Still, a 15 minute charge is enough for 3 hours of talk time. Also, the battery will stay cool during charging.
A 13MP dual camera on the back with a 120° field of view puts the Zenfone 4 Max above the common mid-ranger. There’s also an 8MP camera on the front, which can stitch 140° selfie panoramas.
Below that is a 5.5” 1080p screen (IPS) displaying Android 7.0 with ZenUI. You can watch up to 22 hours of video on that screen!
The Asus Zenfone 4 Max will launch in Russia starting at RUB 13,900 ($235/€205) for the S425 quad-core model with 2GB of RAM and 16GB storage. Asus hasn’t disclosed the full availability map yet (and do keep in mind that electronics in Russia tend to be a bit pricier). This is one of six phones to come.
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Spec and battery life performance wise P2 simply better from Zenphone 3. Amoled FHD screen compared to IPS LCD FHD power efficient processor 14nm SD625 compared to 28 nm SD SD430 5000 mAh battery compared to 4100 mAh battery. It also have fas...
A really thick black lining on the edges of the screen.
Its depends based location... Lenovo P2 has 4.5M rupiah here, I rather choose Zenfone 3 5.5 inch. P2 only has better battery capacity and screen (maybe) if compared by Zenfone 3.