No feature for full screen display by hiding the navigation keys. The rear panel appears to be simple with a vertical dual-camera arrangement at its top left corner and a fingerprint sensor at an easy-to-access position. But the output as seen in the camera sample above is unrealistic. As far as rest of the details are concerned, we expect new information to emerge before the official launch on Monday. It basically runs a default game at different frames per second fps for graphics performance, and then gives an overall score. The Snapdragon 636 on the Zenfone Max Pro also brings support for Bluetooth 4. In my usage, the device easily lasted just over two days in regular use and even when I pushed the device to its limits, it ended the day with a decent 30 percent battery left.
Another thing to love about the Zenfone Max Pro M1 is its ultra-large 5000mAh battery. The device has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. There is no change in the button placements. This includes cookies from third party social media websites and ad networks. In my usage, the device easily lasted well over a day with really heavy use including playing games, video consumption and running extensive benchmarks non-stop and with light usage the device can easily last over two days on a single charge.
At the launch event, the company has also announced that it will be bringing a higher variant of the smartphone soon. Probably the only odd thing about this device is that it comes in two camera configurations. The smartphone features a 5. In Geekbench 4, the device scored a decent 1333 in single-core and 4870 in multi-core tests, which is also slightly better than the other two devices. Similar to the base variant that starts at Rs. In the photo below, the details in the flower are well-preserved while the colour of the flower came out a little more saturated, yet not as much as the Redmi Note 5 Pro.
While there's no information on the pricing, we expect Asus to place the smartphone in the sub-20K category. Cool Tip: will be able to wield its power over such videos. The cameras themselves manage to pull off some pretty shots. While the device does feel a bit cheap with an all-plastic shell, the grey variant of the device looks and feels a lot better than the black variant which we reviewed earlier. It comes with inbuilt sensors including a Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and Ambient light sensor. Secondly, the camera on the ZenFone Max Pro M1 was terribly slow.
This in turn improves the autofocus speed and prevents blurry shots. For bedtime use, Asus offers a blue-light filter as well as a slider to adjust the colour temperature. The major highlight of the smartphone is the new display trend and this is the first smartphone from Asus that comes with pure Android experience along with dual rear cameras and massive battery backup. The fingerprint sensor at the back panel works fine in our testing as well. While the mid-range market segment is dominated by brands such as Xiaomi, Oppo and others, Asus has made an entry in the same segment with the Zenfone Max Pro M1 featuring a 5000mAh battery. I had carried out benchmark tests on the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1.
The contrast ratio of this screen stands at 1500:1, which lets it display deeper color tones. The device has a 10W charger so you can fill it up pretty fast. In this review, we find out whether all the features work as advertised, and more importantly, does it make sense to buy this over the Redmi Note 5 Pro? No headphones provided with the phone. Those upgrading from a Moto G5 or the Mi A1 will feel right at home. For a battery this size, it'd take approximately 2. A cool workaround is to plug it in when you go to sleep. There is also portrait option for the front camera, but it uses software to blur the background, so it cuts out some parts like hair, which looks artificial.
Camera performance is very poor. With that kind of usage, I ended the first day with over 60 percent battery left and I was pretty impressed. The Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 swanks an expansive 5. I really wish Asus had included support for some fast charging technology, but I believe Asus might have had a good reason behind it. While the device beats all other competing smartphones in the performance department, its new camera setup still struggles against the Redmi Note 5 Pro. The added heft, thanks to the massive 5,000mAh battery provides a good grip and the minimalist body makes the display the center of attraction. During my usage, I found that the bokeh effect that is rendered smoothly without any delay.
Overall, it is indeed a value for money mid-ranger. To know which of the two Zenfone Max Pro M1 variant is meant for you, stay tuned for our detailed camera comparison. Battery One of the highlights of the Zenfone Max Pro is the 5,000mAh battery. The phone has a 3. User Interface The ZenFone Max Pro M1 comes with a stock Android 8.