Advantages & Disadvantages of Asus Zenfone 3 Max





Advantages & Disadvantages of Asus Zenfone 3 Max
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The world of smart phones is full of newcomers and old favorites. One of the newest phones on the market is the Asus Zenfone 3 Max, which features an Android operating system and Qualcomm Snapdragon 430. So, is the smartphone worth buying for?
Let’s look at the advantages and disadvantages of this phone.

=>What’s Asus Zenfone 3 Max?

Let’s first look at a few facts about the phone. The phone was launched late last year and it comes with the price tag of around £150-£200. It’s a popular phone and deals are available to buy it from retailers on the HotUKSavings.co.uk website.

The phone’s dimensions are 151.4 x 76.2 x 8.3 mm. It weighs around 175 grams and it can support a Dual SIM. The phone comes with an internal memory of 32 GB, with a 2/3/4 GB RAM options available to choose from.

Its display is the IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, with 16m colors. Asus Zenfone 3 Max also has full HD resolution at 1080 x 1920 pixels. The primary camera on the phone is 16MP, dual-LED flash and phase detection with laser auto focus. It also has a secondary camera of 8 MP.

=>So, what about the performance?
The advantages
Perhaps the best feature of the phone is its expandable memory. You can use the card slot macro SD and update your phone with up to 256 GB by using the second SIM slot. This gives you plenty of storage room and makes it easy to have all of your music, videos and files at hand.

The phone’s screen size is also good for those looking to use the phone to browsing the internet, watching videos or playing games. The screen-to-body ratio is around 72% so you get to see plenty – however, this can make holding the phone a little difficult.

The cameras on the phone are super powerful and come with useful features like face detection, touch focus and geo-tagging. Asus has also managed to keep the secondary camera good – if you like shooting selfies, this phone is definitely worth a check.

Another key feature to keep in mind, especially with modern phones, is the battery life. While the phone doesn’t have the best battery life, it definitely is among one of the top phones. The non-removable Li-Ion 4100 mAh battery lasts on standby up to 912 hours. Continuous talk time on 3G is around 17 hours and music can be played non-stop for up to 72 hours. Therefore, it’s not going to force you to stay close to chargers at all times.The phone also supports fast battery charging so you don’t need to wait for a long time to get it charged again.

With all the controversy of Apple removing the headphone jack, you don’t need to worry about it with this phone. You can find both headphone support (also on Bluetooth) and even loudspeaker support. The sound system is so clear that it does make listening to music and watching movies quite fun.

In terms of the additional feature, the phone also has plenty of cool things. It comes with an ambient light sensor, a fingerprint sensor and an accelerometer and gyro.

Overall, the phone has a number of cool features that make it a handy smartphone. There’s enough room to play with as well, meaning it isn’t just your average smartphone with a good camera and battery life.

The disadvantages
But like a lot of phones, you also have to be honest about the negatives, which exist. As mentioned above, the screen size is good for some, while others might find it hard to hold the phone and browse the internet at the same time.

In addition, at 175 grams, the phone is a bit heavier than some other models. Therefore, if you are looking for something lightweight, you’d be better of with a model like the Samsung Galaxy A8.

The screen doesn’t come with Gorilla Glass and there is no NFC feature for transfer data connections. It’s also missing out on some other sensors, like temperature, which are becoming more common in smartphones.

Asus Zenfone 3 Max also doesn’t have Java support and you can’t use infrared with the phone. Unlike many other phones in today’s market, it’s not water resistant and you can’t remove and replace the battery – this might be problematic if you ever encounter problems with your phone.

Now, the phone is also not the most affordable. While it’s not the most expensive either, you do have to carefully calculate the pros and cons before you buy it. If some of the features mentioned here as disadvantages are important to you, you should find another phone.

Overall, the smartphone is a good investment if you are looking for quality. The phone features a good camera, a solid battery life and plenty of features that make it fun to use. However, you could find something a bit more niche with the cost as well – unless you find a good deal online, you might want to spend the money on something else.

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2 comments :

  1. I'm sure it's not all, some Azus, support Java and you can also use bluthtooth

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  2. That may be true for all device.

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