Jan 12, 2017 12:14 AM EST
Zenfone 3 Max Review: When Massive Battery is Not Enough to Beat Lenovo P2
Zenfone 3 Max ZC553KL packs a whopping battery capacity but does it mean it's better than Lenovo P2? Check out full specs comparison and review!
Zenfone 3 Max Technical Specifications
Zenfone 3 Max is a 4.4-inch Asus flagship that packs 401 ppi pixel density. It's got Snapdragon 430 under the hood with 32 GB internal storage that matches with either 2GB, 3GB or 4GB RAM. The optics department pairs 16 MP rear camera (dual LED Flash and PDAF) with 8 MP front-facing camera, according to RayArena.
Zenfone 3 Max has fingerprint sensor mounted at its rear panel and it comes with Micro USB port and supports USB On-The-Go. The main selling point of this handset would be the battery. The 4100 mAh capacity with fast-charging feature is said to offer up to 17 hours of talk time.
Zenfone 3 Max vs Lenovo P2
Asus markets the Zenfone 3 Max as a phone with capable battery. However, Lenovo P2 seems to be more eligible in being the smartphone with the best battery life. It comes with massive 5100 mAh and higher SoC, Snapdragon 625.
Lenovo P2 also offers bigger ROM space as users can choose between 32 GB or 64 GB. If there is one thing that Lenovo's flagship is a step behind Zenfone 3 Max, that would be the optics. Lenovo equips P2 with 16MP and 5MP sensors.
Lenovo P2 is slightly taller than Zenfone 3 Max but the display is much crisper with Super AMOLED screen and 401 ppi pixel density.
When it comes to design and build, it is up to the personal preference. Lenovo P2's fingerprint scanner is placed at the front panel. Both handsets rock metal unibody, BGR reported.