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It is one thing to be able to witness the prowess of the Zenfone Max Plus during the Max E-sports event; being able to hold it in one’s hands is another. Thankfully, ASUS gave us a chance to “bond” with the Zenfone Max Plus up close and personal.

The Zenfone Max Plus is dubbed the Battery King, owing to its 4130 mAh large battery and 26-day standby time. Its other specifications are as follows:

  • 5.7-inch Full HD (2160 by 1080) display
  • ARM Mali-T860, Octa-core Processor
  • LPDDR3 4GB memory
  • 16 MP main rear camera, 8 MP 120° wide-angle second rear camera, and 8 MP front camera
  • Dual SIM & one MicroSD card slots
  • FDD-LTE, TD-LTE, WCDMA, GSM
  • Rear fingerprint sensor (0.3 seconds unlock, supports 5 fingerprints), Accelerator, E-Compass, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope
  • Android™ N and ASUS ZenUI 4.0

Below is a video of the unboxing.

Overall, the phone is much like any other in the market today, only that it has a very long battery life that could also be used to charge other electronic units, if need be. This also is a plus for people who like watching video streaming and playing games, as they can have more time to go without charging. The most impressive feature for me is the camera. With the aid of the Zenflash attachment (sold separately, I happened to have one with me), the details of the photos really pop out. The built-in wide angle camera is also a welcome addition, being that some people would buy accessories to achieve this effect on other camera phones.

For more information on the Zenfone Max Plus, you can visit their website.

ASUS Zenfone Max Plus
Screen
Size
Build
The Good
  • Longer battery life
  • Good camera
The Bad
  • Much like other phones in market
4.2Overall Score
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