Is Asus Zenfone C worth buying


Chinese PC, accessories and smart-phone manufacturing firm Asus debut their Zenfone smart-phone series very warm heartedly which were welcomed by the worldwide users from the starting days because of their standalone pricing with respect to the market as well as decently specified configuration. Although Asus stepped mostly into the mid range segment so far giving users the best buy for their hard earned money but this year you should be known that Asus will be giving a jerk to the premium segment by release of ZenFone 2 which is highly configured smart-phone showing an ordinary pricing. However the so far budget smart-phone’s from the Zenfone series have recently welcomed their new mate which goes by the name of Zenfone C priced around RS.6000/.

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Asus Zenfone C worth buying

This smart-phone is just the Zenfone 4 lookalike with a bit bigger display. It obvious that even the low midrange sections doesn’t go well with 4.0inch displays nowadays; everyone wants to have the bigger display for good visual experience, so Asus has produced the Zenfone 4 recombinant to debug this limitation. Asus Zenfone C thus flaunts a 4.5inches IPS LCD display with resolution of 480*854pixels and density of 218ppi. Well this display resolution is something every mid ranger shows off so it’s batter to call it good when talking about the price we are paying for this smart-phone.

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Its Android v4.4.2 Kit Kat OS operates on an Intel Atom Dual core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz coupled with 1GB RAM and PowerVR GPU. Asus has totally been in association with Intel when talking about the processor and they are doing great together with the Intel hyper threading technology making even dual core go bang. The possession of 1GB RAM and a good GPU is also a big benefit for performance and especially in gaming. However it hasn’t gone big for camera unlike the processing configuration featuring 5.0MP primary camera and VGA front camera. This smart-phone feature can put some thinking seeds in camera loving brains whether to go for it or not but don’t forget it’s powerful core though. It further provides 8GB internal storage along with 64GB SD card compatibility which is just awesome for the smart-phone at this price point. There are smart-phone’s even priced higher but only possessing 4GB internal storage which Asus has slapped by going bigger on storage.

Talking about its networking and connectivity, it is GSM and HSDPA compatible smart-phone possessing Blue-tooth, WI-Fi and GPS connectivity modes which is quite common thing for the entire mid ranger smart-phone’s. The slot where Asus has hit further bigger is the providence of 2100mAh Li-ion battery which is going to definitely give big blasts of battery backup in this compact beast. The battery power of this standard is seen in Grand’s priced above 10,000 and Asus has done it in this range which is magnificent.

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If you are confused whether you should go for this or not, only thing you need to do is check your inner self whether you are satisfied with this camera configuration or not. The rest of the configuration is great at this price, display is good, processor is awesome and the much needy thing battery is too good at this standard. If you can compromise for camera, we recommend to buy this smart-phone at this budget. However if you can’t live without an excellent camera, then going for any other high priced budget smart-phone is only left fr you and you should know that this smart-phone is a direct assault on famed mid ranger’s like Moto E.
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