The original ZenFone was a success. Buyers enjoyed the affordability of the lower-range models and the features of the higher ones.
Now, Asus has just announced the released date of the next in the series, the Asus ZenFone 2. The device will be released on the 23rd of April. The company boasts that this will be “the world’s first 4Gb ram smartphone.”
The company released the ZenFone 2 in Taiwan, its native country, last month. India, being a major market, follows quickly behind.
The phone will come in three flavours. There are multiple variants to this series and it’s clear which will be available in India. Earlier this year, Asus revealed 5.5 inch, 1920×1080 resolution, 2.3 Ghz quad-core processor and, of course, 4 Gb of RAM. Two cameras of 13 and five megapixel, a 3,000 mAh battery and full 4G LTE support round the features off. The phone will run on Android’s Lollipop 5.0. The devices will arrive with storage spaces from 16 to 64 Gb, with expandable memory of up to 64 Gb.
There is great variety offered in these variants, with prices ranging from a reasonable 10,000 to slightly less reasonable 20,000. These are approximate figures.
The Zenfone Zoom, which was announced recently, is expected to hit Indian markets later this year.