ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 specs and price on Revu Philippines

ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 with higher specs priced in PH

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ASUS Philippines has dropped the news about another ZenFone Max Pro M1 variant, just as we had speculated recently. But instead of announcing the top-of-the-line 6GB RAM model, the Taiwanese manufacturer revealed retail plans for the ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage here.

It has been priced at P13,995 locally, which translates to roughly $263. Preorders for the phone have gone live at ASUS stores and authorized retailers nationwide and will run through July 22.

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As a preorder bonus, ASUS is offering a JBL Bluetooth headset and a clear silicone case, collectively worth around P3,700 ($69). Those who play the MOBA game Vainglory will also receive in-game items, such as a new hero with an extra skin and two rare keys.

Higher-specced ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1’s preorder details in the Philippines

The online-exclusive base version of the ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (M1) still costs P9,995 ($188) on Lazada Philippines.  

In addition to the memory bump, the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage model pairs a sharper 16-megapixel main camera (upgraded from 13 megapixels) with a 5-megapixel one for portrait-style pictures with dreamy bokeh blur.

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The rest of the specs remain unchanged, including the 8-megapixel camera for selfies; 6-inch, 2,160 x 1,080 LCD display; Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor; 5,000mAh battery; and nearly stock Android 8.1 Oreo with a planned upgrade to Android P.

ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 specs and price on Revu Philippines

ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 specs

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 13 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.