The ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 has had an interesting run these past few months especially since after it’s 3GB/32GB release, ASUS suddenly decided to release the higher capacity RAM/ROM a few months down the line.

But with that small quirk in their release, we’re going back by looking back to the newest Battery King unit with almost half a year under it’s belt.

And so far, I am enjoying the performance the M1 has been providing me ever since that review.

The Ragnarok M: Eternal Love Experience

After 10 updates, the Max Pro M1 has been pretty handy especially since after I jumped back into the world of Ragnarok with Ragnarok M: Eternal Love.

One of the biggest things I loved with the M1 is the beefy 5000 mAh battery it has especially with ROM‘s auto attack and let your character walk feature. I had to admit that during my time in reviewing the phone that I was impressed with the battery, it was with ROM that I was able to fully maximize the battery life it has.

I know for a fact that you can have the phone run for most of the whole day especially if it’s running on WiFi, but it was with my current jump into ROM had me thankful that I was using the M1 to play the game. So I am confident in having the game run it’s course as I go through the day-to-day task of working while the phone runs the game.

The M1 was performing admirably as I play ROM. Though I must admit that the game hitches at the more populated areas but I guess I’m playing at max settings and the phone has pretty much 3GB RAM on it.

Even with that slight hitch in the performance for the M1 I would still prefer playing the game on the phone instead of say the ZenFone 5, or even the Nox emulator that I have installed on the desktop (that has a 1070 ti video card with 16GB RAM), I mean, I’m already skirting away from the fact that yes I am that into Ragnarok M, the M1 is still my choice in playing the game, even on the go (with the M1 tethering to the ZenFone 5).

The ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 still rocks as the Battery King even with the phone still providing King-like performance to one of the popular MMO mobile games right now. The M1 is still rightly crowned as the Battery King even up to now.

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