Earlier this month, Asus officially announced its first Android Go smartphone, dubbed Zenfone Live L1. The event didn't bring any info on pricing and availability d, except that Indonesia will be the first market to get it.
Well, the device has now launched in the Asian country for IDR 1,399,000, which currently translates to $100.
Of course, pricing varies from market to market, but it's still enough to give you a rough idea. As you can see in the image, the handset is available at discounted rates ($92) for those participating in flash sales.
"yes because apple had to do all the hard work to research" for real you comment like that? I mean Apple is not the first to notched phone even more the notch has differences between iX and 5z. Blind...
It might be a nice phone, but couldn't they make the name even longer? One gets the next birthday until he pronounces the whole name - Asus Zenfone Live L1.