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Asus Zenfone Max Review

Asus Zenfone Max is no joke when we talk about battery backup and power. But is it really the best affordable smartphone in that aspect? Read and find out…The phone is available in two memory options, both having 32GB ROM. While the 2GB one is priced at 9999, the 3GB one costs 12999. The new Zenfone Max has a fast octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, for giving a smooth multitasking experience. The extra 5000 mAh battery – which is exceptional in present times – is truly the most hyped and lovable feature of this phone. You are provided with additional orange and blue colors along with the older white and black ones.

Asus Zenfone Max

The key benefits:

The display of Zenfone Max is exceptionally good. Not only is it vivid and crisp, but is also easy on the eyes. Using it under direct sunlight was easy and the icons are all very sharp. Although given the price should have provided afull-HD display, you get a full grip owing to the textured leather pattern on the back. The power and volume keys are on the left, with the micro USB slot in the bottom, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack on the top. Overall, the design is pretty neat and consequently gives a lasting impression on the onlooker.

The phone has a 13MP rear camera, which provides clearer and sharper images in various lighting conditions. The details of the pictures are really brought out by the color reproduction of the camera. The front selfie camera of 5MP is also great for selfies. Multitasking is perhaps another preferable feature you can expect in the Zenfone Max. Graphics are easily managed by the device along with managing various multitasking tabs like videos, websites etc.

The Android Marshmallow version serves as great refreshment from the older versions and the apps permissions allow you to really take control of the apps on the phone.

The primary faults:

The phone comes with a Zen UI, which is a bit clustered. Constant notifications about battery, themes etc. are quite irritating. Another drawback is the bulkiness of the phone since it weighs 202 grams. One of the major faults is the time taken for charging the 5000 mAh battery which is approximately 5 hours for reaching 100%, which simply doesn’t work for most of the people.

Conclusion:

Asus Zenfone Max is the best inclass deal for you if thebattery is what you need. But you can also opt for other smartphones for online mobile shopping that comprise of various other mobile specifications. So, go for Zenfone Max if you’re looking for a decent long lasting phone having a great performance and camera, all wrapped up in a solid chassis.

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