by Alexei Rivera | April 27, 2016 12:54 pm
Ever since smartphones took over our pockets, people have always complained about one thing: battery life. And while some brands have attempted to come up with devices packed with large batteries, they’ve never made them look good or it would always have some sort of compromise. Enter the Asus Zenfone Max. An evolution of their Zenfone 2 Laser variant but with a supersized battery, contemporary (and non bulky) design, running on a properly designed UI, and packing decent cameras to boot. Priced at PHP 8,495, the Max is pretty much the best-looking large battery smartphone around. Check out our full video review above and the specs below for more details!
|Brand||Device||Launch Date||Launch Price (SRP)||Lowest Price||Processor||Display||Version (At Launch)||Skin||Rear Camera||Front Camera||RAM / ROM / MicroSD||Battery||Telephony||Extra Connectivity||USB OTG / SD Install||Miscellaneous||Updates||Links||Buy Online||UI Smoothness||Antutu Score||Work Battery|
|||Asus||Asus Zenfone Max ZC550KL||2015-08-29 (PH) 2015-08-06 (India)||8495 (PHP)||1.2Ghz Quad-Core Snapdragon 410 64-bit||5.5" 1280x720 IPS Gorilla Glass 4||5.0 Android Lollipop||Zen UI||13MP Dual Tone Flash Laser Autofocus 1080p Video||5MP||2GB / 16GB / Yes||5000 mAh||Dual SIM LTE||Yes / ???||Lazada||3.75 (A- Rank)||20934 (2016-04-27)||10h 41m|
Overall the Asus Zenfone Max doesn’t particularly specialize in one feature, but is above average in most aspects like UI, camera, & gaming. Where it excels is with it’s nice newly revamped design and excellent battery life. There will be phones with newer bells & whistles like Octa-Core performance, fingerprint scanners and the like, but the Zenfone Max still holds its own and that’s why we’re giving it our Highly Recommended award.
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