its not asus fault that u cant move apps to sd card. its from android 6 this new and stupid thing
Hey guys serious question here, how much free storage space left on 16GB version? I know it could be less (actually always like that) but I need to make sure first, as I'm gonna need more than 10GB to store my files
I bought the Pegasus 3 X008 via AliExpress.. Ive had the Intel Zenfone 5 and the Snapdragon Zenfone 2, I was a little anxious about the Pegasus with the MTK processor as I had a disaster with the Sony Xperia M5 with MTK processor, but at AU$189 I thought if it was rubbish then it was not too much to lose. I read all the reviews and was only put off by the 720 display. However when I got the phone, not only was the metal body and quality of design so much better than the older plastic Zenfones I was happily pleased to find that the display was very, very good, in fact better than the display of my LG G3 as far as richness of colours and brightness. The MTK processor runs fast and smoothly for nerly all my needs, but I am not a 'gamer'. One serious disappointment was that after buying and putting in a 32GB sd memory card into the 2nd sim card location I was really 'pissed' to find that this Pegasus does not permit the moving of apps to the SD card, only photos, music/data. As a big user of apps I find this lack of facility a big mistake by Asus, The only redeeming factor is that I purchased the 32GB internal memory version. Had I bought the 16GB I would really, really have been more disappointed. The sound is rather 'tinny' but with good volume.... the FM radio was a welcome surprise and through earphones the music is great, but through the speaker... rather 'Ho-Hum' and as I said, the tone is 'thin' and tinny, far worse than the original Zenfone 5 of a couple of years ago, but of course its only AU$189 + shipping, as there is no outlet to buy Zenfones in Australia, despite there being a national service network for Asus computers/tablets.... go figure??
The 5.2" size screen is just right, the overall size is good and slips into my shirt pocket easily without threatening to fall out and proceed to immediate death on the road below! All in all, a good practical phone, at a very good price (shop around). a very recent release (June 2016) , well made and very attractive. So far I am impressed with this mid range handset,
If you guys are looking for affordable phone with a great specs, you should see this one, though some phone have a higher specs, the name ASUS still above when it comes to alcatel flash plus 2 or lenovo (midrange units)
Osama Alhaji, 31 Aug 2016I'm using it personally and it is really good in terms of everything. The only problem which I... moreI have the same issue before but after completing the update, my phone was rejuvinated. hahaha.. JK..
How to active fingerprint feature at this phone, i cant find this at my phone, sucks
It is not a good phone. Mobile contact can't access google contact and there is no contact option in google account in this phone.
update android error, 31 Aug 2016please help brand new and update android errorIÂ’m facing the same issue, too.
bukiki, 29 Aug 2016Does anyone have it right now? I was wondering if it is good or not. PLS REPLY :)I'm using it personally and it is really good in terms of everything. The only problem which IÂ’m facing is the system update. It is giving error and I have to restart my phone again.
Does anyone have it right now? I was wondering if it is good or not. PLS REPLY :)
Erika, 30 Jun 2016Why is battery non-removable?????Yes I wnt knw same thing...
This phone is huge and heavy for a 5.2 inch display. The Xiaomi Mi5 with its almost identical sized display (5.15) weighs only 129 grams vs 158.4 for this Asus. The newly announced Huawei Honor 8 is only 71mm wide vs this Asus at 73.5 mm. The height of the Honor 8 is 145.5 while the Asus is 149.5 mm. Great battery, however, but poor display - 720 vs 1080 for the Honor 8. The Asus would have to be really inexpensive to put up with these deficiencies.