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Asus recently launched the Zenfone

Regular users of Asus phones are familiar with the control key on the back panel.4 GHz and comes with 4GB RAM and 32 GM storage expandable to 128 GB.At an asking rate of Rs 19,999, it is a slightly pricey option, unless you believe the photos that it churns out are worth the money you pay!— IndiaTechOnline. Low-light images are impressive and multiple enhancement options make it a China Electronic lighters breeze to do your own little post-production.

The 5. Of all the devices, the Zenfone 2 Laser stood out with its impressive camera features.Performance-wise, this device scores high on image capabilities.5 inches full HD device is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8937 Snapdragon 430 processor that clocks 1. The fingerprint sensor is responsive and the little enhancements in the Zen UI 3. It feels slightly lighter as well. The 4G dual-SIM (micro plus nano) device weighs around 150 grams.0 make for pleasant navigation between apps and folders.As an encore, seemingly, Asus recently launched the Zenfone 3 Laser. Pre-installed with Android 6. Yes, the image quality is good, and the cameras are now 13 MP rear and 8 MP front against 8 MP and 5 MP earlier, but the comparison ends there.Zenfone 3 Laser makes you look good, even in low-light.

The Zenfone 3 Laser comes with an aluminium alloy chasis, which looks much classier than its predecessor.0, the device comes with a 3000 mAh battery.The highlight, of course, is superior images, especially the ultra fast focus speeds and in-built image stabilisation technology that smoothens images on-the-go.

The Zenfone Laser 3 follows the same tradition, but houses a cuter button, along with a fingerprint sensor.A little over an year ago, Asus launched its Zenfone 2 range of smartphones in India. For a device that was priced less than Rs 10,000, the Zenfone 2 Laser came with dual flash and the ability to capture very high quality pictures, even in low-light

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