Sure, we got our hands on the ASUS ZenFone AR back when it was first announced in January, but it didn’t have that one feature everyone was talking about: Project Tango.
Now that GadgetMatch has confirmed its full participation at Computex 2017, we’re rounding up the biggest announcements we’re expecting at the multi-day tech convention in Taipei, Taiwan.
Welcome to GadgetMatch’s list of the best smartphones priced below $300! Each month, we update our selection with the budget-friendly phones we believe are most deserving of your hard-earned savings.
Welcome to GadgetMatch’s list of the best smartphones priced below PhP 15,000! Each month, we update our selection with the budget-friendly phones we believe are most deserving of your hard-earned savings.
When premium phones are out of financial reach and entry-level handsets just don’t make your cut, something in between is the next best thing. This is our updated list of the best midrange smartphones retailing from $300 to $600.
When premium phones are out of financial reach and entry-level handsets just don’t make your cut, something in between is the next best thing. This is our updated list of the best midrange smartphones retailing from PhP 15,000 to PhP 30,000.
Did you think we’d pit the ZenFone 3 Zoom only against the OnePlus 3T? Think again!
Here’s a matchup you probably weren’t expecting, but both have something to prove in terms of camera quality.
We love it when companies continue improving a product that’s been available for some time. ASUS is doing that now with the original ZenFone 3 Max and its already generous battery capacity.
While I love taking photos while traveling, soaking up the experience will always be my top priority.
I’m fine with quick snapshots knowing I can always go back and post-process my photos later. When you’re traveling, you don’t have the time to fiddle with manual controls, so when it comes down to it, shooting on auto is a compromise worth making.
For me a good smartphone is one that can quickly churn out photos that barely need any tweaking. This especially rings true when you’re on a holiday in one of the most fast-paced cities in the world: Hong Kong.
Another day, another ZenFone 3 variant from ASUS. This time, it’s the ZenFone 3s Max (notice the little “s” there), and it’s officially available beginning next week. [Updated with official price]
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from ASUS throughout the years, the company and its CEOs think highly of their phones, to the point of calling them “better than Apple, better than Samsung.” Still not satisfied with its success, the Taiwanese manufacturer set another high bar for itself.
Another new year, another Consumer Electronic Show to cover. Although the event will be held in Las Vegas from January 5 to 8, there’ll be lots of product announcements before and after the show. Here are some of the more exciting brands to watch out for.
ASUS is adding yet another variant to its seemingly limitless ZenFone 3 lineup, and it’s of the Zoom variety.
Yet more news for ZenFone fans. Yesterday, we wrote about the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe and gave you a preview of what to expect from the company’s luxe smartphone in our unboxing video.
About that 5.5-inch ASUS ZenFone 3 Max that got us all excited last month: It now has an official price, which was revealed during the phone’s recent launch in India.
As much as we adore the ZenFone 3 Max with its large battery and sleek physique, we can’t help but feel ASUS could do better — and, we may be right. Based on a newly launched product page on the company’s official website, there’s a larger 5.5-inch model on the way. With a ZC553KL model name, it looks to be more than a cosmetic update. Here are five reasons why we think the upcoming ZenFone 3 Max will rock.
Squarish designs and poor battery life plagued early smartwatches because of technological limitations, but now, the newest models are looking more like traditional, not-as-smart watches and performance is certainly improving. ASUS is the latest company to jump on the round watchface ship with the ZenWatch 3, and it couldn’t have come at a better time.
This is it: the final entry in our supersized smartphone series. After covering large handsets that specialize in selfies, look like a premium flagship, and load up on the specs sheet, we’re now looking at a phone prioritizing an ultra size above all else. Indeed, the 6.8-inch ASUS ZenFone 3 Ultra will astound you with its absurd proportions and premium packaging.
Phones that can last longer have risen to popularity lately, in large part thanks to Pokémon Go, essentially a smartphone battery’s worst nightmare.
And if, you’re still in the market for something that can get you past the first day, the ZenFone 3 Max is among the better choices out there. It’s fitted with a 4,100mAh battery for up to 18 hours of web browsing or up to 87 hours of music playback (ASUS’ words, not ours).
ASUS today unveiled pricing details for the ZenFone 3 and its multiple variants in the Philippines. And man, are they expensive compared to a year ago.
To put into context how the current price compares to the previous generation, recall that the ZenFone 2 came in at P14,995, or $320, for the version with as much RAM and storage as the new ZenFone.
Back in 2014, ASUS debuted its own line of smartphones amid declining PC sales. And despite being the new kid on the block, the Taiwanese electronics maker managed to do relatively well in a market that has tripped up so many others, some of which had been in the business for decades and were considered infallible.
As many of you know, we’re only a few short weeks away from seeing ASUS’ signature smartphone series hit the streets in many parts of the world.
As of this month, it’s reportedly already available in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. Next up are Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines in August. A ZenFone 3 launch event is expected to take place in India sometime in September. Shipments could be headed to Europe, Japan, and the United States later in the year.