23 May ASUS Zenfone Max Unboxing + Specifications !!
As you all know, ASUS launched the advanced version of one of its best-selling smartphones in India – Zenfone Max today with Sonakshi Sinha as its Brand Ambassador. The digital campaign for the same went by the name #liveunplugged.
I shared my views on how great the all new Asus Zenfone Max ZC550KL is, as a smartphone, in my review here. Let’s dive into the unboxing and discuss more about its specifications today to see if it’s worth a buy.
While you unbox, you’ll find:
– Charger head
– Charging cable
– ASUS OTG
The ASUS OTG is the cable which lets you to charge your other devices using ASUS Zenfone Max. See the image below for your reference.
There is no headset in the box.
As I told you guys before, the Asus Zenfone Max smartphone acts well as a power bank too. Many thanks to its 5000mAH battery capacity.
I always tend to forget my charger at home and I travel with just mobile in my hand. By evening, my phone would have been dead. Many a times, I end up borrowing someone’s charging cable at office. Asus Zenfone Max is just perfect for forgetful souls like me. I was so happy to receive a new phone .
Asus boasts that one full charge of the phone allows you to just keep on talking on the phone for 37.6 hours, keep surfing the net for 32.5 hours or to watch your favourite videos for 22.6 hours. The Asus ZenFone Max is your answer to battery issues.
I wanted to test if the claim was true. I charged it on a sunday and to my amazement it was on friday when I checked it again. I used the phone pretty well. You know how much time a blogger uses the phone. I was monitoring my blog, sharing posts on my social media, used it to snap photos, checked emails, received updates on official events and wrote articles. I even chatted, scheduled meetings and kept reminders. My Zenfone Max was working pretty much round the clock.
Specifications: (Credit – Asus India)
|Zenfone Max ZC550KL|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 1.5 GHz, Octa-Core|
|Modem||GSM/GPRS/EDGE; WCDMA/HSPA+/DC-HSPA+; FDD-LTE, DSDS|
|Peak Data Rate||DC-HSPA+ (DL/UL): 42/5.76 Mbps; LTE CAT4 (DL/UL): 150/50 Mbps|
|RF Band Support||IN
WCDMA: 1/2/5/8 ; TDD-SCDMA: 34/39
FDD-LTE Band: B1, B3, B5
TD-LTE: 38/39/40/41(2555-2655MHz only)
|OS||Android M 6.0.1|
|Display||5.5″ TFT LED Backlight (Typ 450 nits ) ; 1280 x 720 HD IPS|
|16:9 , Wide active matrix; Glare type|
|GFF Touch panel (Directly Bonding): Capacitive touch panel with 10 points multi-touch with 60ms response time|
|Battery Pack & Life||Typ:5000mAh, non-removable polymer battery|
|Micro SD Card Support (Up to 64GB)|
4. Hall sensor
5. Ambient light sensor
|WLAN||Integrated 802.11b/g/n; WiFi-Direct|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth V 4.0 (EDR + A2DP)|
|Bluetooth Profile: A2DP + AVRCP + HID + PAN + OPP|
|GPS||Support GPS, aGPS, Gloness|
|Front Camera||5M wide view F2.0 / 85 degree|
|Main Camera||13M auto focus F2.0/ 75 degree,|
|Flash LED||Dual Flash Real Tone LED & laser focus(40cm)|
|Audio||Codec integrated into PMIC|
|Microphone||Microphone*2 (one for de-noise)|
|Button||Power and Volume Up/Down|
|Accessories||Standard USB Cable , Adaptor, User Manual, Warranty Card, OTG cable|
|Features||Support ─ Power Bank, ASUS Zenflash, USB flash disk, USB Keyboard, USB mouse.|
I must tell you that the battery is really a gaint.
The specs sums it up that the ASUS ZenFone Max is an amazing smart phone packed with loads of super functionalities that other phones in the market within rthe same price range do not have.
Feel free to read my review on ASUS Zenpad 7.0 as well via this link.
Check out the ASUS ZenFone Max Press Release here.
Disclosure: I was provided with a Asus Zenfone Max for review purposes. All words and opinions are my own. All information provided here is correct at the time of publishing. You can visit Asus India Website here for more details.