ASUS Launches ZenFone Max Smartphone Combined with Maximum Convenience

by January 4, 2016 0 comments

ASUS brings ZenFone Max smartphone with huge 5000 mAh battery, suited for people demanding a long-lasting battery life like businessmen and the younger generation of users. Apart from 5000 mAH battery, this smartphone comes with a 13 MP rear and 5 MP front PixelMaster camera and f/2.0-aperture lens with ultra-fast laser auto-focus that ensures crystal clear and stunning images. The phone employs Low Light mode to capture up to 400% brighter photos at night, or in low-light conditions, without the need for a flash.

The 5.2 mm thin body of the ZenFone Max smartphone also packs in a Qualcomm 8916 (Snapdragon 410) quad-core processor with a 2GB RAM and a 16GB internal memory with an optional expandable memory of 64GB. ZenFone Max combines durability with a stunning display and incorporates the exclusive ASUS TruVivid technology for the best clarity, brightness and touch responsiveness. It uses the latest 4G LTE technology for high mobile data speeds. A new UI design ensures seamless performance.

According to Asus, ZenFone Max’s powerful battery requires fewer charging cycles making it last longer and more efficient. The lithium-polymer battery, when fully charged, offers ease of usability and peace of mind to users by providing 37.6 hours of 3G talk time or 32.5 hours of Wi-Fi web browsing or 72.9 hours of music playback or 22.6 hours of video playback. Also, this can turn into an innovative power bank to charge other devices, enabling uninterrupted work and play.

The pre-bookings for ZenFone Max will open at 12 pm today on Amazon.in and Flipkart.com. The phone will also be sold at ASUS Exclusive Stores and with other retailers from the second fortnight of January. This will be available at Rs. 9,999.

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