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ASUS’ Zenfone Max Has A Massive 5000mAh Battery

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More battery for you

If you’ve always loved ASUS’ Zenfone but wished it had a bigger battery, then listen up: ASUS has also launched their new ZenFone Max during the Zenfestival today. The ZenFone Max sports a massive 5000mAh battery that should probably last you more than two days of continous use.

As far as hardware goes, the ZenFone Max isn’t a screamer – it sports a Snapdragon 410 processor along with 2GB of RAM, as well as a 13-megapixel rear camera with their PixelMaster technology and f/2.0 aperture, as well as a laser AF system similar to the one in the ZenFone Laser. The 5.5-inch display of the ZenFone Max is protected by Gorilla Glass 4, ensuring that your phone is protected from the rigors of everyday use.

No price has been set as of yet for the ZenFone Max.

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

11 Comments

  1. Is it possible that AsusPH will somehow offer a service of upgrading the battery of Zenfone2 4GB/64GB variant from the existing 3,000mAh to the max 5,000 mAh?

    That would be awesome! Haha!

  2. They should call it “Zenfone Grandma” instead. With my experience with Snapdragon 410 in Galaxy Grand Prime, parang sa FB at undemanding games lang siya smooth. Kaya babagay lang to sa mga tulad ng lola kong halos Candy Crush at FB lang ang ginagamit sa smartphone/tablet, at medals makalimot magcharge.

    Pwede na rin to sa CoC. Pero yung Grand Prime ng friend ko, kahit sa CoC mas madalas pa mag-lag kesa sa iPod touch na 4th gen.

    Unless they pair it with a competitive chipset, a phone with a massive battery isn’t gonna do gamers a real favor. 😛

    1. Don’t mix things up and blame SD410 for your grandma prime phone. We all know SD410 is the only good thing about that phone. The rest are made from “saw dust” of Samsung flagships. And that’s the truth.

  3. Yung battery, swede maremedyuhan ng powerbank and/or fast charging. Depende kung hanggang saan ang pasensya mo. Pero yung performance, kahit siguro rooted at overclocked, di mahahabol ng Snapdragon 410 yung performance ng intel chip sa Zenfone 2.

    The price will either be its saving grace, or the nail in its coffin.

  4. Yung battery, pwede maremedyuhan ng powerbank and/or fast charging. Depende kung hanggang saan ang pasensya mo. Pero yung performance, kahit siguro rooted at overclocked, di mahahabol ng Snapdragon 410 yung performance ng intel chip sa Zenfone 2.

    The price will either be its saving grace, or the nail in its coffin.

  5. @bigben- Hahaha! I somewhat agree. One quick glance at it and you’ll think it’s an old Samsung flagship! But that isn’t so much of a bad thing. 😛

    But then again, the chipset has much more to say about the performance than other hardware parts, design and the camera(?) it ripped off from old Samsung phones. That and the TouchWiz UI, perhaps. So SD410 has at least 50% to do with that performance, nonetheless.

    So there! Competitive pricing AND better software optimization can save this phone.

  6. Available na ba to sa pinas? Magkano kaya? swak to sa erpat ko hindi naman sya ma game or apps. Gusto lang nya longer battery life masi madami kausap na tao

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