Hey guys calm down your balls. It is an unofficial set, usually DirectD would import the unreleased phone and sell them in Malaysia, thus the higher price tag, just like the Nokia 6 which costs around RM1500. Hopefully Asus Malaysia will release it soon, and with lower price.
What, RM2099!! The price should be around rm1800 instead.. and after 3 months should drop another rm200.. Rm2099 is too expensive..
I'm disappointed because of the LTE bands combination.
The "global" model has EU bands but no US ones.
The "US/Brasil" model is missing few US bands.
So, as a US/EU traveler, this phone does not make my to happy.
It is high time Asus will learn their lessons. They probably want to launch alongside with the other phones LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy s8 in April or May 2017 globally. They seem to be very confident and I believe, very little do they know that they will survive the competition. Irrespective of some impressive features the phone has got, The low end SD625 chip set is a big turn off. Priced to be around 450-550 USD and I believe, it is a bit expensive. Yet to see, how they manage the 5000Mah battery in Nougat as the update is famous for battery drainage and unknown bugs. Good luck Asus !
AMOLED 1080p display, 5000 mAh, super-efficient SnapDragon 625, very very interesting dual camera!
GSMA, please do review the Zenfone 3 Zoom!
Anonymous, 21 Mar 2017What? OP3T is cheaper than this in Malaysia.Actually the 3T is overpriced in Malaysia. The official price for the 3T is rm2229 for the 64gb version. It's too expensive if you ask me. People would be better off with an s7 edge if they could add an extra rm300
No wonder Apple continues to dominate. Every damn phone wants to look like the iPhone. Every Chinese UI wants to look like iOS.
Snapdragon 625 cost 2k ??? Asus pricing is like htc , normal spec with high price . I better get one plus 3t with that price , plus i dont get lots of bloatware , stupid asus . All the preinstall bloatware are useless , no one use it