At the point when Asus announced the Zenfone 3 , everybody was eager to perceive how the new Zenfone had developed into what many would call a mid-range cell phone.
While the high end specs was reserved for the Zenfone Deluxe with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset and 6GB RAM, everyone’s eyes were without a doubt on the Zenfone 3, a mid-ranged flagship, a shiny premium phone.
So, Rs 18,999 is a truly weighty sticker price for a Zenfone Laser and the same can be said in regards to the littler Zenfone 3 estimated at Rs 21,999. In any case, what happens to the 5.5-inch Zenfone 3 that is evaluated at Rs 27,999? It’s sticker price places it in an indistinguishable association from the OnePlus 3 or LeEco’s Le Max 2. Does it stand its ground? Lets see !
The round and gleaming ZenFone 3 is 7.7mm thick, making it really smooth. The round edges give it an exceptionally smooth look, that makes it look premium in hand for both men and women.
The 5.5″ screen is covered with 2.5D glass, much the same as the Samsung S7 Edge and the Note 7, which has an adjusted edge on its screen, which takes into consideration an unmistakable frameless show. The 2.5D glass makes it almost indestructible, being staggeringly scratch-impervious to shield your telephone from the attacks of present day life. It’s high screen-to-body proportion makes it easy to grasp with one hand, yet regardless it takes a bigger palm to have the capacity to move it without any help.
Both reflexive sides look exquisite, be that as it may, it may be a unique finger impression magnet, which can be an annoying thing to few users.
The finger print sensor is additionally situated at the back, which permits you to open the phone even without clicking the home button or power button, which transforms opening the phone into an extremely basic and simple experience. Twofold tapping the unique finger impression sensor can open up the camera with helping you to quickly shoot pictures when you see them.
The Asus ZenFone 3, as most cell phones have double SIM abilities. Notwithstanding, it’s extra space can be utilized for either a SD card or another SIM, so on the off chance that you utilize 2 SIM cards, you would need to swear off the opportunity to utilize a SD card.
With 64GB on-board memory, the ZenFone 3 has no issues with putting away applications, recordings and pictures. Taking a lot of pictures and recordings didn’t sap up much space on the ZenFone 3 and coming up short on memory is not something clients ought to stress over.
Speed and Performance
The ZenFone 3 performs well for a mid-officer. It’s chipset isn’t precisely top of the line, however the 4GB worth of RAM makes it entirely able at multitasking.
Running typical capacities on the ZenFone 3 ought to be a breeze. Slacks are few and far between. On the off chance that you run memory serious applications at the same time, you will see it backing off marginally. Notwithstanding, the ZenFone 3 consequently shuts a few applications, crippling it from running out of sight which gives you more memory to work with you current errands, however that is not without its downsides.
I wouldn’t set out say it’s staggeringly quick for a $498 phone, however it is still significantly better than the rest at this price.
The 16MP back camera functions admirably for the ZenFone 3 and it focuses rapidly and pointedly. The splendor is amazing, maybe excessively overwhelming now and again. In low-light conditions, the ZenFone performs well, however not radiant, with clamor as yet being available when it gets dim.
Zenfone 3 comes packed with a solid 3,000mAh battery, which is a bit average for such a high spec phone. Though it doesn’t lack any of the capabilities, and can get battery backup UpTo an average day, as it’s optimised by Asus phone manager.
Final Word-ict 😉
Zenfone 3 is an affordable mid-ranged flagship,for the price it’s being offered, it looks gorgeous and feels premium in hand, at the same time gives a great performance for the price tag