ZenFone 5 – Apple Design and Android Performance Power

ZenFone 5 – Apple Design and Android Performance Power

Have you ever wondered what it would look like if Apple and Google designed a smartphone together? Well, wonder no more because ZenFone 5 is here. This smartphone was recently unveiled during the Mobile World Congress alongside two other variants, ZenFone 5Z and ZenFone 5 Lite. To make things even better, the smartphone fits in the mid-ranged budget range which means that it is quite affordable.

Sleek Design

You can tell that this smartphone is special right from the first glance. It looks like Apple’s latest iPhone X because it features a full screen display that’s paired with a top notch. The smartphone doesn’t only look premium because it also feels like it. The reason we are saying this is because ZenFone 5 is equipped with an all-glass chassis.

Display Technology

Now that we’ve settled that ZenFone 5 looks amazing, let’s check out what technology and hardware specs it uses and see what it can do. First off, as Gizmochina relates, the smartphone will ship with a 5.8-inches panel that features FHD+ IPS technology. Furthermore, the display offers a high 18:9 screen ratio and 500 tits alongside full DCI-P3 coverage.

Under the Hood

If we take a look under the hood we will see that ZenFone 5 is fueled by Qualcomm’s highly impressive Snapdragon 636 processor. We should mention that the premium ZenFone 5Z model is powered by the faster and more powerful Snapdragon 845. Nonetheless, ZenFone 5’s processor is paired with 4GB of RAM and a 64GB internal storage space which can be expanded up to 2TB.

Moreover, the smartphone is also equipped with a large 3,300 mAh battery that’s been optimized to run for days on end. As if these specs weren’t impressive enough, ZenFone 5 takes things to the next level with its dual-camera setup that features 12MP and 8MP lenses.

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