OR a while now, every OEM in the budget category seems to be focusing on performance, the camera department, or a combination of both — with mixed success. Few sweat the other stuff, like battery life.
HE recently announced ASUS ZenFone 4 is now available for pre-order in the Philippines, according to the company’s local Facebook page.
SUS just officially announced the new ZenFone 4 lineup in the Philippines — and made three models immediately available in the process. The ASUS ZenFone 4 Max, ZenFone 4 Selfie, and ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro can already be purchased offline and online, the latter by way of Lazada.
OR those eyeing the ASUS ZenFone 4 Max, ZenFone 4 Selfie, ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro, ZenFone 4 Pro, or ZenFone 4, today’s local announcement brings good news. ASUS Philippines has revealed their prices.
E have been swamped with more ASUS ZenFone 4 smartphone series leaks now that we’re THISCLOSE to its official unveiling.
HE ASUS ZenFone 4 series is still more than a week away from being officially launched, but this early, we’re seeing the alleged price list circulating online.
EMEMBER our story about ASUS possibly announcing the ZenFone 4 in the Philippines on August 19? Turns out we were right! The ASUS ZenFone 4 is indeed getting an official announcement in a couple of weeks, as confirmed by the brand today.
S noted in our previous post, we’re pretty sure ASUS will launch the ZenFone 4 in the Philippines August 19th, even though it’s unlikely the Taiwanese firm will unveil an entire roster of new smartphones in one go. The recently announced ZenFone 4 Max is a safe bet, but what else can we expect from the announcement?
SUS Philippines sent us an invite to an event on August 19, but didn’t say what it is going to announce there. Could it be the ASUS ZenFone 4 launch in the country? There are telltale signs that it is.
ISAPPOINTED that no new ZenFones were announced at Computex, where ASUS traditionally reveals new handsets? If a post spotted on the ZenTalk forum is to be believed, you may not have to wait long before ASUS ZenFone 4 smartphones are launched. And it could be as early as July.
T is the world’s first smartphone with 8GB of RAM. It is the first device to support Google’s Daydream virtual-reality and Tango augmented-reality platforms. And it is landing in the Philippines in July — for a price. Say hello to the ASUS ZenFone AR (click for complete specs).
T’S been almost five months since the ASUS ZenFone AR was launched at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. So whatever happened to the first Tango- and Daydream VR-enabled phone?
SUS debuted its first ZenWatch with much fanfare at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Back then, the company proudly said that the product “raised the bar on what users should expect from wearable devices, showcasing the power of the ASUS ‘design thinking’ philosophy and ushering in a new era of true luxury and sophistication.”
E’RE expecting a new ZenFone series at Computex Taipei, which will run from May 30 to June 3. So we’re not really surprised that details of the ASUS ZenFone 4 Max have shown up on the manufacturer’s official support pages — albeit briefly — and on a benchmarking site.
HAT did we say about March and April being an exciting time for the smartphone industry in the Philippines? Just today, April 6, three phones were launched in the country. Besides the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, the ASUS ZenFone 3 Zoom (click for complete specs) and the ASUS ZenFone Live (click for full specs) got their own unveiling as well.
HE next ASUS camera phone will hit stores in the Philippines from April 7th, according to the Taiwanese OEM. Specifically, we’re referring to the ASUS ZenFone 3 Zoom (click for complete specs), which incidentally is now available for preorder through a microsite (customers will have to fill out this reservation form) and will launch locally on April 6.
T’S coming soon. The smartphone that was launched with the Lenovo K6 and K6 Power at IFA 2016 in Berlin will finally be launched in the Philippines on March 2. Meet the Lenovo K6 Note (click for complete specs).
O everyone got some of the specs of the quietly launched smartphone right but not the model name. What we reported as the ASUS ZenFone 3 Go exactly a week ago is actually known as the ASUS ZenFone Live (click for complete specs), as this listing on the Taiwanese manufacturer’s website shows.
T seems that Taiwan’s top international brand is reviving its budget ZenFone Go line by launching the ASUS ZenFone 3 Go in March — if we are to believe this leak reported by GSMArena.
new ASUS smartphone is joining the ZenFone 3 family next week, and it seems to be gunning for the OPPO A39, which was released in the Philippines first week of January this year.