Today in Brazil, Asus unveiled two new smartphones — the Zenfone M2 Max Plus and Max Zenfone Shot. It’s the state that looks similar, like two drops of water. However, all the difference is inside the smartphone.
Both smartphones have received a 6.26-inch SuperIPS display with a resolution of FullHD+ (2246×1080 pixels). Of course, not without the cutout in the screen – it will place the 8-megapixel camera.
On the rear panel of both fingerprint scanners, the only difference in the main chamber, and then to the naked eye it is invisible. A Max Plus M2 camera dual, only the possibility of different cameras.
And now about the most features is the first phones with Snapdragon processors SiP1. This “child” cooperation Qualcomm and Taiwanese company Universal Scientific Industrial (USI), which has 8 cores with a frequency of 1.8 GHz and accelerator Adreno 506. All components are combined in a circuit, so the chip takes up less space than “traditional” SoC. In theory, this will reduce the sizes of smartphones, or to make room for a larger battery.
As for the price, the devices will be sold from $ 300, and the older model is $ 450.
Recall that Apple leaked details about the future of the service a week before the presentation. It is reported that this will be a paid service that will allow iPhone owners to receive the newsletter, and various interesting magazines. However, whether this feature is relevant now, is unknown. Almost all of the interesting happenings in the world can be read in the media.
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Znayu wrote that the company Oppo showed the smartphone Reno, who received the top chamber. It is noted, the device is able to shoot with the 10x zoom without loss in quality, and even showed the smartphone in the case. However, not the fact that this is another marketing trap to attract the camera’s attention. Well, let’s see what the device after its release.