Asus at CES 2015 in Las Vegas announced ZenFone 2, a Lollipop-based smartphone with fewer bezels and more display to touch, providing you a maximized viewing experience, all thanks to its 72% screen-to-body ratio.
ZenFone 2 features a 5.5-inch Full HD display and 3.9mm thick body design at the edges. Geared at 2.3 GHz 64-bit Intel Atom processor Z3580, this 64bit-architecture phone is equipped with a 4GB of RAM (2GB in option), which makes it the first phone to pack that processing configuration.
With dual flash lights fitted, ZenFone 2 sports 5MP front-facing and 13MP rear-facing cameras. The device boasts a powerful 3,000mAh battery pack capable of hiking its energy level from 0 to 60% just in 39 minutes on charge.
Linear to ZenFone 2, Asus has updated ZenUI for its consumer available smartphones with more personalization and security armor. SnapView, a feature that lets you to switch between work and personal accounts, helps you to stay secure and curate apps, photos, videos, documents, and miscellaneous files.
Plus, this 4G LTE compatible smartphone includes ‘Kids Mode’, a special feature that restricts your kids to access apps, incoming calls, and even the device itself, without your grant. Asus ZenFone 2 will hit the market somewhere in March this year, and will cost you around $199 exclusive of taxes.
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