Asus has officially launched its new smartphone named the ZenFone Max Plus (M1). First, the device was only launched in the Russian market. But now the device will be only available in Europe. The device is quite popular for its battery and camera setup.
The device comes with a full view display and carries a 5.7-inch Full HD display. It offers 2160 x 1080 resolution. The device comes with a screen-to-body ratio of 80 percent. The aspect ratio is 18:9. On the top of the screen, the device also has a 2.5D curved glass. The display supports Bluelight filter and supports 5-point multi-touch. Well with all this display configuration the device will give immersive visual experience.
Under the hood, it carries an MT6750T Octa-core Processor and also has the ARM Mali-T860 GPU. The device comes with an LPDDR3 3GB of RAM and with that it offers 32 GB of ROM. It also comes with an LPDDR3 4GB of RAM, and with that, It gives 64 GB of ROM.
ZenFone Max Plus (M1) features an advanced dual-camera system. Its 16MP main camera is equipped with the wide, F2.0 aperture lens to capture clearer photos. Its 120° wide-angle camera lets the users fit more scenery and people in the frame for the dramatic landscape shot. The secondary camera consists an 8 megapixels 120° wide-angle lens.
On the front, the device carries an 8 megapixels and supports 85 degrees of field of view. The aperture is F2.0 aperture. The front camera supports beautification mode instantly retouches the selfies, removing blemishes, balancing facial features, and more to create a flawless look
The device comes with a 4130mAh battery. It gives up to 26days 4G standby and up to 26 hours 3G talk time.
The device offers temperature protection, short circuit protection, reset protection, input overvoltage protection, output over voltage protection, OTG protection, OVP / UVP, output overcurrent protection, battery TCO protection, adapter protection, JEITA protection and adaptive identity protection
ZenFone Max Plus comes with two SIM card slots supporting speeds up to 150Mbps and an additional MicroSD slot to expand storage by up to 256GB. The Max Plus (M1) is expected to cost around €300 in Western Europe.