Asus, the brand behind the world’s first dual OS device have finally unveiled its new range of devices called, the ZenFone. Three devices have been unveiled in this range namely the ZenFone 4, which features 4 inch display, the ZenFone 5 which has 5 inch display, and ZenFone 6 which has 6 inch display. All these devices come in a wide range of colours, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. With the latest ZenUI inside each device, and Intel processors, the ZenFone may be not that innovative but still, they are pretty nice devices. Recently Asus had launched the PadFone Infinity.

All the three mobiles(or phablets!) support HSPA+, and microSD card upto 64GB. All of them have 1GB RAM. The new range of devices seem pretty well built similar to the Asus MeMo Pad 10, and MeMo Pad 8.

Asus ZenFone 4

Asus ZenFone 4

Coming to the specifications, the ZenFone 4 comes with 4 inch WVGA display, and 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z2520 processor. The device runs on 1170 mAh battery, and sports 5MP rear camera, and VGA front camera. The device comes in black, white, blue, yellow, and red colour options.

Asus ZenFone 5

Asus ZenFone 5

On the other hand, the Asus ZenFone 5 features IPS display of 5 inch with 720p video resolution. Very thin at just 5.5mm, the ZenFone 5’s screen has a special type of digitizer that actually allows you to use the device even with your gloves, or with any stylus. Running on 2GHz Intel Z2580, the device packs PixelMaster 8MP rear camera with image stabilization, and BSI sensor. On the front is the 2MP front-snapper. The device is available in Red, Gold, White, and Black colours.

The ZenFone 6 is the most expensive, and the biggest of the three devices. With 6 inch display having 720p resolution, it has the same digitizer as the ZenFone 5. Running on the same 2GHz processor as the ZenFone 5, the device packs 13MP PixelMaster camera. On the front is the 2MP front camera. The device is available in the colours similar to the ZenFone 5.

All of these devices come with ZenUI, which is the Asus’s modded version of Android. The new ZenUI brings some long awaited features like better minimalistic design, and modded apps. Although the official pricing of the device is not yet available, but it is expected that they will start shipping in February this year.

3 Responses

  1. Sachin Antony

    Intel inside was the first thing I heard about a computer even before getting it.Now we have it in our phones great isnt it

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