The annual MWC event in Barcelona is almost over, but we can't call it a day before we handle all new Zenfones Asus had in store for us. The event last night brought us a whole bunch of new devices, some of them to be available in different variants in a typical Asus fashion. The notorious notch made an appearance, too, and it's shaping to be the next trendy thing after the "full-view" screens.
Asus brought the Zenfone 5, 5z, and 5 Lite as part of the refreshed Zenfone 5 lineup. The flagship pair of Zenfone 5 and 5z employs a borderless notched screen and promising dual-camera experience. The Lite model shows off with four snappers, while the budget M1 has a 4000 mAh battery to impress.
Asus likes to spice up its models with some twists for some markets. The Zenfone 5 and 5z for starters will be available in different storage versions, the Lite has different selfie snappers and chipsets, and even the Max (M1) will kick off with different chipset in some regions.
But once you overcome and sort through the tons of information from the specs sheets - then comes the best part - seeing these Zenfones for real. They look good and come with more than promising features and pricing.
Trivia done, time to do some Zenfone inspections. Shall we?
The worst phone you can ever imagine. I bought the phone in less than 4 months and it has been to service centre more than 2 times. Each time for more than a month. Last time they charged 3000 baht for the 10000 baht and this time 9800 baht for the s...
As a user, i should mention that Asus zen phones are the worst cellphones that I've ever seen. For example my zenphone's touch broke down during some first months using and i forced to change its monitor because its touch and monitor are the same par...
I tested it for 3 days, it was ok but the screen is 6inch with noch or 5.8 inch with noch disabled. Asus lied about real display. Camera is mediocre, my nexus 6 take far better pictures. Now I ordered Honor 8x, waiting for.