Jan 09, 2017 04:07 AM EST
Zenfone AR Review: World's First Phone with 8GB RAM, 5 Reasons to Choose Asus Device over iPhone 7
Asus introduced two entries at CES, Zenfone AR and Zenfone 3 Zoom. Many reviews have pointed out Zenfone AR magnificent features and here are more reasons to buy the device!
- Asus Zenfone AR packs 8GB of RAM
There are actually two variants of Zenfone AR: 4GB and 8 GB of RAM. Choosing the top-tier model would mean picking an ultrafast performer as it pairs the huge Random Access Memory space with Snapdragon 821.
- Augmented reality experience with ultra-smooth graphics
Zenfone AR packs 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display. It is vivid and crisp and it is also the first phone in the world for AR and VR experiences. The capable software and tech specs have created an enjoyable visual experience, according to Phone Arena. In fact, it is the first device to sport both, Tango and Daydream.
- Impressive camera
The optics are powerful package that enable Zenfone AR to shoot with motion tracking and depth sensing ability. It's got 23 MP sensor for its rear-camera, featuring OIS (4-axis), 3x zoom, and PDAF. The front-facing camera packs 8 MP sensor. The phone can record 4K video quality and the impressive technology seems to beat the competitors in premium segment.
All eyes were on the new #Zenfone AR and 3 Zoom today. Thanks to @ASUS for having us on stage. #CES2017 #Zennovation pic.twitter.com/4E1hf4Ich8— Qualcomm (@Qualcomm) January 4, 2017
- Huge internal storage with expandable memory
Internal storage becomes another important consideration when purchasing a smartphone. With Zenfone AR, a memory expansion feature might not be needed (although it is available via MicroSd card) - as it offers up to 256 GB of ROM.
- Big battery
Zenfone AR packs 3,300 mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0, NDTV reported. It has fingerprint sensor mounted at the front panel and USB type C port.
Overall, Zenfone AR combines power and beauty with the premium build and up-to-date hardware.
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