ASUS Launches Zenfone Max Plus (M1) Smartphone 18:9 Display

ASUS Launches Zenfone Max Plus (M1) Smartphone 18:9 Display

ASUS Launches Zenfone Max Plus (M1) Smartphone 18:9 Display

Today Asus has introduced its latest Zenfone Max Plus (M1) smartphone in Russian Federation which is the successor of last year's Zenfone Max.

The Zenfone Max Plus (M1) also features 'face unlocking, ' a feature that is seen in several recent launches like the Vivo V7, OnePlus 5T and the Oppo F5.

The smartphone features a 5.7-inch IPS LCD screen with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. It is expected that the device will soon be announced in other markets.

Asus Zenfone Max Plus

Coming to the camera department, the Asus Zenfone Max Plus (M1) features a dual camera setup at the back consisting of a 16MP primary camera and an 8MP secondary camera with a 120-degree wide-angle lens. The performance of the system is managed by an Octa-Core 1.5 GHz MediaTek MT6750T 64-bit processor along with Mali-T860 GPU. In case you are wondering, storage expansion is possible up to 256GB using microSD card. However, looking at the specs and considering the fact that Zenfone Max series phones carry an affordable price tag, the ZenFone Max Plus (M1) could well be a mid-range affair. Connectivity options on the device include 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0 and a microUSB port.

The Zenfone Max Plus (M1) is backed by a 4130mAh battery, which is rated to deliver up to 26 hours of talk time on the 3G network and 13 hours of video playback.

The front camera holds an 8 Megapixel unit with f/2.0 aperture. Asus has launched the Zenfone Max Plus (M1) in three colour options- Black Wave, Azure Silvery, and Sunny Golden. Also, it has a fingerprint sensor at the back. Meanwhile, the battery life should be pretty solid thanks to its 4,130 mAh capacity, but Android 8.0 Oreo fans might be disappointed to learn that the device ships with Android 7.0 Nougat (with ASUS' ZenUI 4.0 skin on top).

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