Asus Zenfone 3 Review

Zenfone 3 ZE520KL appears to be a mid-range smartphone which should come with mid-range pricing as nicely.

Zenfone 3 has a metal body and also has a Gorilla Glass 3 and fingerprint sensor ensures that it means serious business by providing only the most effective to the users.

Under the hood of Zenfone 3, ZE520KL is not to be taken lightly as it has plenty of firepower going on. Fast octa-core processor, nice graphics capability and blessed with 3GB RAM.

Asus Zenfone 3 Review

Then comes the great part which is from the camera section. The 16MP-8MP camera combination seems to be serving solid pictures especially with PDAF, OIS, and dual-LED flash. These are usually found on higher-end smartphone – which means higher price as nicely.

Perhaps the only worry is it’s comparatively small 2600 mAh battery capacity. However it’s too soon to judge, we’ve to wait till its launch before we can comment on its battery life.

Design and Features

Asus Zenfone 3 Review

The first thing you’d likely see about the ZenFone 3 is its attractive design, and we’ve to admit, it does look stylish with glass at the rear, and curves in all the right places. It also has a 3.5mm audio jack, on the top, whereas, on the bottom, you will see the USB Type-C port, as well as the microphone and speaker grille. On the left side is the SIM slot, which is also capable of help one Nano-SIM, two Nano-SIMs, and one microSD card, on the right is the volume rocker and power button. Slightly curved at the rear, sides and front, the ZenFone 3 is comfortable to hold.

As for features, the ZenFone 3 with the few smartphones that include the High-Resolution Audio certification, which means that you are getting excellent audio quality when a headset or earphones are connected to the phone, and also you’re playing FLAC files. Naturally, it comes with a fingerprint sensor. This sensor is ready to recognize your fingerprint(s) from any angle and opens in about 0.2 seconds. Another impressive feature on the ZenFone 3, it has a 4-axis Optical Image Stabilization system (OIS), for tthe stills, and Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) for movies. You will likely discover the Game Genie feature to be the most helpful, though, as this feature allows you to open a pop-up window quickly for hints and tips whereas in a game, and even live to stream your gaming session via YouTube or Twitch.


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Display

Asus Zenfone 3 Review

The ZenFone 3’s front face is the more or lessfeature apart from the 5.5-inch 1080p IPS+ LCD, which sits above the capacitive keys for home, back, and recent apps.

The whole assembly is a comfortable fit in the hand, and also the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner was simply reachable for us — though when you have smaller hands, you may wish to try before you buy. We’ll spend some more time with the new ZenFones to get a grip with their fingerprint security features. However, it’s been a whereas since we have used a bad Android fingerprint setup, so we’re hopeful.

Specification

Display Size: 5.2-inch
RAM: 3GB of RAM
Rear Camera: 16MP
Front Camera: 8MP
Internal Storage: 32GB
OS: Android Marshmallow 6.0
Battery: 3000 mAh battery, Non-removable
Price: $300 USD

Performance

Asus Zenfone 3 Review

It contains Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 625 processor. The ZenFone 3 must be far more effective than Snapdragon 615 and 617 devices that came earlier than it. ZenFone 3 comes with a 3,000 mAh battery capacity.

Other notables include a USB Type-C port, similar to its big brothers, and supporting high-definition audio with a new sound system. Within the vanilla ZenFone 3 it’s paired with a speaker system that’s loud sufficient.

In recent times ASUS has taken an almost heavy-handed approach to its smartphone software. The new ZenUI 3.0 —ASUS focusing, heavily customized with on Android 6.0 Marshmallow on an each expanding listing of features.


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Camera

Asus Zenfone 3 Review

The ZenFone 3 has an 8MP front-facing a camera and also has a 16MP rear camera system provides solid performance. Colors captured by camera are pretty natural, so those of you who need punchy colors will want to add the little bit more contrast whereas post-processing. We’re also hopeful to report that the camera can capture a good amount of details, especially when using the Super Resolution mode.

Battery Life

Asus Zenfone 3 Review

The ZenFone 3 is provided with a 3,000mAh battery, which should offer you well over a day’s worth of battery life. To prove this, we ran PCMark’s Battery Life test and found that it was able to give about 12 hours and 49 minutes of battery life. In the real world, it should just offer you about a day and a half price of stamina, which is impressive.

Verdict

Asus Zenfone 3 Review

In brief, you must think of the ZenFone 3 as a phone that comes with the best of several nice phones, especially the ones talked about above. It’s a jack of all trades, and in this case, this is a superb thing. It seems good, is well-built, and provides plenty of features that you’d use on a daily basis. In case you’re looking for a phone that has it all, this could very well be the phone for you.

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