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Asus Zenfone 2 is one of the best phones in the mid-range at the moment especially since it offers top of the line storage and memory options.
ASUS today announced its industry-leading Computex 2015 showcase, including new gaming gear from ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG), ROG -series gaming monitors and peripherals, ROG Certified products, and the ASUS Z170 motherboard based on the forthcoming 6th-generation Intel® Core™ processor family.
Since its debut with Zenfone brand of smartphones, ASUS has managed to receive decent response and has also been able to develop a fan base in such a quick succession of time. Unlike other smartphone manufacturers, ASUS prefers to stick to the Intel Atom branded SoC's, which claim to deliver better performance and battery life.
The company will now avail refurbished products and simultaneously contribute towards reducing e-waste
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Asus had stormed the Indian smartphone market with its surprisingly affordable ZenFone 5 last year. And now the company has followed it up with the ZenFone 2, which is the first phone in the world to come with 4 GB RAM. However, the spec boost also comes with a price increase that makes the ZenFone 2 almost twice as expensive as its predecessor. Does it deliver twice as much?
Asus had surprised us all very pleasantly with the ZenFone 5 last year. Priced below Rs 10,000, the device nevertheless was a brilliant performer, and outshone even the likes of the Moto G. It was an outstanding product, but was squarely aimed at the budget smartphone market segment. Well, its successor, the ZenFone 2 . . .
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