Asus is an undisputed king in gaming laptops with their cutting edge cooling tech but unfortunately completely opposite in smartphone division
The deluxe looks no different than a mi5 from top half, samsung phones from lower half, the rounded bezels like the Yu Yuphoria.. Lol, thats what I can define at best..
WTF, why did they make a Samsung clone. All they had to do was reduce the bezels and add a fingerprint sensor....
Camera protruding - with expected at least 16Mp, phone must be quite thin. Style is new, distinctive but nothing awesome, well its not final image... wonder what kind of hw deluxe come with and if it will be available globally...
Pls do not make same mistake again and again. Improve camera, OS optimization, Battery life, And speaker. Asus all device have poor and low speaker.
What??? Another rumour of a new Samsung phone! How many model were Samsung going to launch in these few months? mi5,m10,PRO 5,Zenphone........
Beautiful.. i am big fan of metal chassis. Its proven more sturdier than metal unibody.
Good job asus.
first impression ? UGLY !!
The Asus ZenFone 2 looks way better.. The design team has failed miserably at their latest attempt..
finally ASUS started to make some beautifully-designed phone unlike the fugly zen2 and their series. The specs are pretty nice, tho...
Snap! Much buttons! I take it there won't be any soft keys? If there would be, this is not the LG-style the article would want me to believe
ASUS needs to look like he understood the mistake with the series ZenFone 2. I look forward to see how this will look really ZenFone series 3, and especially, what electronic components will use.
Smaller one for me:
720p, good hexa/octa cpu, 3-4gb ram,
32inside+microUsb with some average camera, two day battery lifespan, brick and size not more than 135 with no clicking buttons!!!
If anybody seen the phone like this, let me know!
first, xiaomi started to looked like samsung with its mi5, now asus is going that way too. looks nice but not unique tho
AnonD-468210, 04 Apr 2016This whole thing of premiumness has really made the devices very fragile More and more man... moreSo true my friend. I have dropped my lumia around hundreds of times, not a single problem till now, except for minor dents in the polycarbonate back.