Asus Zenfone Max M2 Review

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We recently did reviewed the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 which is a battery beast. On the same launch event there was one more device which made it appearance which is not termed pro but packs in something really good. This is the indepth review to it.

InBox Content

  • The device itself
  • Charging brick
  • USB to Micro USB data sync cable
  • Paperwork

Specification

  • Model Number: ZB633KL
  • Snapdragon 632
  • 4GB RAM 64 Internal
  • 13 MP rear camera plus 2 MP depth sensor
  • 6.26 Inch 720×1520 pixel notch screen
  • 4000 mAh Battery
  • 8MP f/2.0 front camera
  • Android 8.1 Oreo
  • Fingerprint sensor rear

Build

The phone does remind me of Asus zenfone Max Pro M1 in a glance. The back of the phone reminds me to inspire to Apple iPhone X. Not an utterly inspired design. The significant part of the phone has a metal construction which is perfect. The device feels much premium and more critical is head to head to its competitors in the segment. The top and bottom where the antennas are placed on the phone have a plastic enclosure which you might not feel. The placement of the fingerprint scanner at the back is indeed what some people love. The front has the 18:9 screen 90% of the front is covered to screen. There are top head bezel and chin at the bottom, which doesn’t look good but you would get used to it.

I love the camera enclosure it was minimal as possible and no camera bump at the rear due to the enormous battery placed on the phone. The design decisions look perfect type of engineering done by the Asus team. Choosing it for the design or not is a Personal Preference, but We will rate it 8/10 for sure. Excellent and experienced decision of the Asus has made a better maker in the Indian Consumer minds.

The phone still rocks on MicroUSB port. I won’t just complain to Asus for not using the TypeC port. It will be amazing if Asus has taken a step towards type C. There were standard Volume rocker and power button towards right and sim tray to the left.

Software

The line-up needs no other introduction that it does come with the stock like Android experience. I think this step of Asus has surely made Asus differentiate other phone manufacturers of the crowd and especially for the Indian Market. I will suggest you read our review of Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 which has the same software experience and this device was no exception to it.

Verdict

The phone is priced at Rs 8.499 for 3GB/32 GB Internal Variant and Rs 10,499 for 4GB/64GB Variant. I think its decently priced little price drop will make it more agressive deal but again it won’t create difference between m1 pro variant.

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