Although it’s been some time that Asus ZenFone Max was launched, we still thought to give it a try and see how it fares in terms of the huge battery life that the phone boasts. We used the phone as a primary device for more than a week and put it through heavy usage to test out its performance.
Before we start the Asus ZenFone Max review , let us have a quick look at the technical specifications of Asus ZenFone Max
- 1 GHz Quad-Core MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 Processor With Adreno 306 GPU
- 2GB LPDDR3 RAM
- 16GB ROM
- 5 Inch HD IPS Display
- Dual Micro SIM
- 13MP Rear Camera With Laser Auto Focus
- 5MP Front Camera
- 5000mAh Battery
Without further delay let’s move ahead with Asus Zenfone Max Review :
Design : The phone houses a huge 5.5 inches screen and add bezels on both the sides hence even thinking that it will be a small device is incorrect. On the front, it has 3 touch capacitive buttons housed just below the screen. These buttons are not backlit hence using them at night is a bit of guesswork. However, in case you are a regular android device, then you shouldn’t face too many issues. On the right side, you have a volume rocker and a power button. Both are perfectly placed and have a really good tactile feedback. Power button in easily reachable by thumb for a right handed user while to reach the volume up the key you definitely have to adjust the device in your hand, because of its large form factor.