Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016Atleast ASUS its success to expanding market than OnePlus.Sure, Asus has muchhhh more money and resources available than Oneplus lol
It's price is dropping rapidly lately.. Maybe Asus is launching a new phone soon
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016G5 is better. For the last 2 weeks I have been thinking that with its solid technical features (apart from not attractive battery life), LG G5 is much better than these most recent phones (and also cheaper). I only think about 5.3" screen size (getting used to 5.5" is bad; even a tad smaller becomes very small)
Arc, 17 Nov 2016What the hell..for 400-450€ in EU you can get OnePlus 3, Sony Z5 / X Compact, Moto X Force, fo... moreG5 is better.
Does it really support fast charging?? Im using a zenfone 3 ze552kl and i dont think it supports, not with the in-house charger, perhaps other fast charger can?
High maintenance phone as it shows up everything. Don't mind cleaning phones, but if it is a bit excessive as you hinted at, that's a bit of a turn off.
What the hell..for 400-450€ in EU you can get OnePlus 3, Sony Z5 / X Compact, Moto X Force, for £400 you buy LG G5.
I just got the phone, recently. Didn't get too much time to play with it yet, but I do find that the battery life seems to be quite decent, probably good too. Maybe need to load in few more apps that would constantly run in the background as the previous phone to get the actual battery performance. But the phone does feel light in the hand compared to others, and this is probably due to the smaller battery.
AnonD-546038, 17 Nov 2016Price is too damn high. It costs the same as the OP3. Fail for Asus, here Asus hold this L. Next.Atleast ASUS its success to expanding market than OnePlus.
Asus failed this year!
Expensive? Still way a lot cheaper than Moto Z Play in Malaysia.
AnonD-546038, 17 Nov 2016Price is too damn high. It costs the same as the OP3. Fail for Asus, here Asus hold this L. Next.For that price in the EU, you can get the Moto Z Play, which has bigger battery and MUCH better timing.
Not so sure why non-removable battery is still listed with phone features, it's like 90-95% of all the new phones have a sealed in battery, which totally sux. If it doesn't or the battery is large, the phone usually don't have LTE band 20 or something deal breaking like that. :-/
Can you please add the Zenfone 2 to the tables and graphs?
AnonD-546038, 17 Nov 2016Price is too damn high. It costs the same as the OP3. Fail for Asus, here Asus hold this L. Next.You're missing the whole point of this phone..... It's a premium mid range phone. If you want better specs or value for money you have plenty of other choices on the market
Thanks for the review gsmarena, do hope that you reveal the complete batery life.
I have the 5,2 variant. Ok I'm aware that numbers of performance aren't the most stellar, but who cares? People like me value this kind of phones, beautifully designed, that work great altogether.
It's a desirable phone and it should be looked like that, if you want performance and more value for money go for the one plus, you want the well proved and rather shabby on looks you always have the Moto g4.
Whith this I can assure you for normal day experience, it works great, it's a much more efficient processor than the speedy 650 Qualcomm you mention, it doesn't heat up, the batery life is great, and you do have a superb screen and good camera. Don't know if it's the best outhere but if I want better I have my reflex.
So in the nd it resumes to the perfect choice for those who like the looks, reliable performance and solid support of a well known brand.
In this price range only the Huawei nova can match, these type of premium mid rangers phones.
Price is too damn high. It costs the same as the OP3.
Fail for Asus, here Asus hold this L. Next.
It doesn't have NFC right?
Nice Phone Though Right ?
Jump to the battery life page first but couldn't see the battery life chart...
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