Asus introduces ZenFone Max Pro with 5000mAh battery and Snapdragon 636-soc

Asus introduced the ZenFone Max Pro M1 in India, which would be based on a survey among Indian users. The device has a 5000mAh battery on board and runs on a Snapdragon 636-soc.

According to Asus the device comes with Android 8.1. Asus-ceo Jerry Shen says that India is ‘one of the first countries to receive the telephone’, which means that the device may also be available outside that country. The company says nothing concrete about that. The price is 11,000 rupees for the model with 3GB memory and 32GB storage, while a model with 4GB memory and 64GB storage costs 14,000 rupees. The prices come down to about 135 euros and 172 euros respectively. Asus itself still mentions an option for 6GB memory.
The 6 “phone has an ips screen with a resolution of 2160×1080 pixels and an 18: 9 screen ratio.Asus calls different camera configurations, at best it will be device comes with a dual camera at the back where the primary camera has a sixteen-mega pixel sensor and an f / 2.0 lens.The front camera has the same resolution, but with an aperture of f / 2.2 For the cheaper models there is a thirteen-megapixel camera to the rear with an eightmegapixel model on the front, there is space for two SIM cards in combination with a micro sd slot.
Asus claims that the 5000mAh battery can be fully charged in less than three hours. first phone from the manufacturer with such a big battery, including the Zenfone Zoom S and Zenfone 4 Max from last year have the same battery on board.