Adarsh, 15 Oct 2018I currently own the original Zenfone Max Pro (M1) for about 4 months now and it has to be the ... moreOh sweet summer child, you don't review it after 4 months. For that amount of time, I'll better off reading a proper out of the box reviewer. After a year, you can begin to comment like the update, etc. You'll notice why it's so darn cheap
I currently own the original Zenfone Max Pro (M1) for about 4 months now and it has to be the best mid-ranger I have used so far... 2-day battery life, clean, stock and blazing fast UI, display on par with other offerings at the price, headphone jack and dedicated microSD card slot!! My only gripe has to be the underwhelming rear and front cameras which are nowhere close to my previous Moto G5 Plus.
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2018Hopefully not a Max Pro successor. Shouldn't upgrade phones every six months.Realme did it and its doing so well. Asus must follow this pattern.
Asus is launching 2 budget smartphones, not the max pro me.
I think the specs are going to be much close to vivo v11 pro even in its processor & price band. Now water drop notch is picking up momentum. So no big notch. two variants are going to 4gb, 64gb and 6gb, 128gb.
Hopefully not a Max Pro successor. Shouldn't upgrade phones every six months.
Android One, Type C port, Best camera (low light), >4000Mah battery, under 16000