Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 - A new powerful midranger with 5000mah battery.

Posted on : 2018-04-23 in mobiles
By Ajithkumar

´╗┐Today a few hours back Asus team dropped out their new mid-ranger Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1. Finally, after a long period, Asus has come out with such a good phone which excels 70% - 80% in all the departments for its segment. Surely it is going to be very tough for Moto India if they don't price it correctly because this new Max pro delivers great value for money.

Talking about the phone it has a metal back and hosts a fingerprint sensor. Under the hood, it is powered by the latest Snapdragon 636 and the GPU is taken care by the Adreno 509 it is the same chip that is present on Redmi Note-5 pro. For the camera department, it has a dual camera setup with a primary 13MP lens with f2.2 aperture and a secondary 5MP which is used for the depth sensing. It has an 8MP front camera with f2.2 aperture.


On the display side, even Asus has jumped into the 18:9 aspect ratio. The Max Pro M1 has a 5.9 inches 18:9 Full HD display. There are two variants of the phone one with 3GB RAM with 32GB storage and another one with 4GB RAM with 64GB storage. All of this is going to be powered by a humungous 5000mah battery and they have included a kind of fast charger in the box that they claim can charge the phone in 2 hours and 30 minutes and in the box they have also included a sound amplifier box which they claim to amplify the sound by 1.7x

Asus team also said that they are also gonna have another variant with 64GB and 6GB RAM with an improved optics of rear 16MP and 5MP camera and a front 16MP camera.

Talking about the price which was the most interesting part they have priced it so vigorously, The base 3GB RAM 32GB storage is priced at 10,999 and 6GB RAM 64GB storage is priced at 12,999 and the 6GB variant is going to be priced at 15,000. Looking at the price and the specs it is an amazing deal for this segment because Asus has used stock Android without using their UI which is an added advantage if you are a stock Android user.

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