In the CES 2015 conference, Asus has brought into the limelight their most promising model, the ZenFone 2. In the looks of it, the device bigwig has come up with a spectacular hardware underneath a stylish skin. And all of these are made available in a mid-streamer price tag of just $300. Looks like Asus has set tough competition amongst its Chinese competitors at the beginning of 2015.
ZenFone 2 exhibits pure power in its 64 bit Atom Octa-core processor, PowerVR G6430 GPU, Google Lollipop 5 OS all racing in a 4GB RAM! Sounds like a fairy tale of mobile phones, right? But no, Asus just exhibited a technology worth competing with the top-notchers.
It has completed the package with exclusive interface called ZenUI (works with Google Lollipop) capable of different customization modes like Kids Modes and other relative features i.e. Trend Micro Security, SnapView, ZenMotion, and ZenUI Instant Updates.
Just right before their wrap up, Asus dropped another bomb that has set their audience in CES 2015 feeling excited for more. The device bigwig has given their newest ZenFone Zoom smartphone into the limelight just exactly in that brief but very important moment. As introduced, ZenFone Zoom is one smarthphone to look out for by the crowd who aims for better camera incorporated into their mobile handsets. It bears ZenFone 2 design, making it a little bit of a lesser twin to ZenFone 2. Only that Zoom has cuts for the PixelMaster Camera comprising of 10-part lens, 3x zoom and of 13MP capacity.
Asus ZenFone 2 Specifications
- Dimension : 152.5 x 77.2 x 10.9 mm
- Display : 5.5”, 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution
- Chipset/CPU : 65-bit, Atom Z3580 Octa-core processor
- GPU : PowerVR G6430
- RAM : 2/4GB
- OS : Google Lollipop 5
- Storage : (internal) 16/32/64GB, expandable up to 128GB
- Camera : (primary) 13MP; (rear) 5MP
- Battery : 3000 mAh, non-removable