It’s time for the gadget review from JustInReviews !
This time, its the turn of Asus ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro..
The new Zenfone 4 series is officially out, and it would seem that Asus is adopting a bottom-up strategy with its mobile segment this time. The first gadgets of this era to dispatch in India are a part of new selfie series, and costs extend from Rs. 9,999 to Rs. 23,999.
The front cameras are the show stealer here. It’s anything but difficult to erroneously trust that the Zenfone 4 Selfie Pro has a 24-megapixel front camera since that is the thing that Asus advertises all over the place, however, that really isn’t the situation. On the off chance that you give careful consideration to the showcasing material, you’ll see ‘DuoPixel’ alongside the 24-megapixel resolution and that is on account of it’s basically a shooting mode which reenacts a 24-megapixel sensor. The primary front sensor is a 12-megapixel Sony (IMX362) sensor with expansive 1.4 micrometer pixels and a f/1.8 aperture. It’s just when you change to the DuoPixel mode (using the camera settings), that the sensor takes two successive selfies and explodes them into one 24-megapixel frame.
Another major feature is 4K video recording utilizing the selfie camera. You can vlog in 4K resolution and the quality is great, as long as you have sufficient light around. 4K video on the back camera is additionally good, however, one didn’t find the quality of full-HD recordings to be all that amazing.
Battery Life and Performance:
Overall performance is quite good, and handlers didn’t experience any significant issues with this latest technology from Asus amid the review period. ZenUI got irregularly laggy yet that appeared to die down after an OTA refresh. The interface is for the most part smooth and multitasking is taken care of well. The metal body heats up rapidly with extensive camera utilize, which can get somewhat uncomfortable on hot days.
The ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro is equipped with a 3000mAh battery, which oversaw 9 hours and 53 minutes in the video loop test, which is a bit superior to average. With customary utilize, we figured out how to get up to an entire day on a solitary charge. You likewise get a 10W charger in the case, which takes around two hours to completely charge the phone. There’s no help for quick charging.
Storage, Processor and Software:
It powers a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB storage capacity. This one is an attempted and tried processor, and obviously, overall performance is said to be good. Benchmark numbers are likewise quite decent.
It’s as yet missing features such as 5GHZ Wi-Fi band and NFC. 4G works and VoLTE is additionally supported.
The Selfie Pro 4 likewise observes a transition to ZenUI 4.0, which is framed on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Contrasted with its prior iteration, ZenUI 4.0 is sleek and has a couple of design enhancements.
Happens to be a sleek model
4K selfie videos appear to be good
Camera performance good during daylight
What’s not Worth?
Battery life could have been better
Camera performance not up to the mark under low light
Display gets washed out under sunlight