what will happen if your asus zenfone 4 max battery has been removed or replaced?
AnonD-508346, 27 Feb 2016can zenfone max battery will be replaced ?Yeah but difficult
Satish, 21 Feb 2016I just wana knw is it possible to change asus zenfone 5 batter and replace it with 5000 mah ..... morei dont think so.
First off, the batteries are non-removeable.
Second, the batteries are most likely in different sizes so a 5000mah battery wont fit the zenfone5
I just wana knw is it possible to change asus zenfone 5 batter and replace it with 5000 mah .. from 2110 mah to 5000 mah .. is it possible... ?
so we can take this or lenovo P1 ... hm..i will probably take the Lenovo
Grumpy, 07 Aug 2015Simple really, a low res screen with a huge battery maximises performance. There is absolutely... moreHere here.
My 720p note 2 is fine at 5.5".
After realizing the dismal specs of the Note 5 - I wish someone like Asus would integrate stylus technology in to a slightly faster device with Battery of this size. They'd clean up! No question!
Snapdragon+5000mah.. im glad they use snapdragon..nice move asus.
intel chipset drain more battery..like other zenphones..
2,110 mAh battery isn't going to cut it if your phone has plenty of apps running in the background or if you are always on your phone stuck on social media sites updating your profile, in short, things and apps that are really not important at all. AT ALL.. My girlfriend has the same phone and it lasts more than 24 hours. Why is that compared to your phone? Because she's not glued to her phone, stuck on facebook and does not have plenty of background apps draining the battery. Leave the phone on factory default and don't install apps that will never stop draining the battery, you'll see the difference. I had a Zenfone 4, that's with a 1,600mAh battery, mind you, and it lasted more than 24h use for me, while others complain of no more than 24h usage.
Know better when buying a phone, know about the battery capacity how it affects the performance of the phone, know the specs, it's main usage and other important stuff and not just buying the phone for the sake of being 'in'.
I have asus zenfone5 you said your battery is long life...
But my zenfone5 is not, 1 to 2 hours only i used it then you charge again and again and again & again & again...,,!
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2015Top spec Zenfone 2 + this 5000 mAh battery would have been alot better. Agreed. But this isn't that ideal world that we all strive for just yet. Intel literally put out the SoCs to Asus for "free" and Asus further capitalizes by keeping the BOM cost down w/ 3000mAh batt. Sure that the Zf2 are competitively priced so that way Asus keeps the margin healthy for themselves.
AnonD-296725, 07 Aug 2015why put huge battery on a low spec phone. always something missingSimple really, a low res screen with a huge battery maximises performance. There is absolutely no point putting in a massive battery and then sucking all the juice out with a pointless QHD screen. Personally, I don't get the stupid obsession with QHD, there's no need for anything higher than 1080 or even 720, the eye can barely register higher than 240 dpi. Hell, I still use a 540 x 960 resolution and it's plenty.