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Launched at the end of last summer, the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 made a strong impression. Asus has proven that smartphones with great autonomy are not necessarily huge devices … Whether in terms of design or price!
Bored smartphones whose autonomy is difficult to overcome the day or the day and a half of autonomy? This is today one of the most important criteria to consider when buying a new smartphone. Among those released this year, Zenfone Max Pro (M1) is undoubtedly one of the champions of its category.
A battery of 5000 mAh to never fall flat
It must be said that Asus did not go hand-dead on the technical sheet of his device. The Zenfone Max Pro (M1) has indeed a large battery of 5000 mAh that allows him to hold more than two days in intensive use. It is not for nothing that it has found its place in our guide of the best smartphones to choose for their autonomy in 2018. Note however that it takes a little more than two hours to fully recharge, but it is finally a small counterpart considering the proposed benefits.
Asus did not just put a large battery in his phone and put everything on it. The Taiwanese manufacturer has been consistent in its design choices and technical choices. This battery is certainly big, but has been integrated into a content design. The Zenfone Max Pro (M1) is only 8.5mm thick. Its photo sensor does not extend beyond the shell and the phone has a large 6-inch screen in 18: 9 format. Unlike some of its competitors, it still has a jack.
The Zenfone Max Pro (M1) is only 8.5 mm.
Consistency, Asus also went looking for the side of its technical sheet. The phone is indeed equipped with a Snapdragon 636, engraved in 14 nm. SoC is both powerful and energy efficient, which allows the phone to have a longer battery life. A chip also capable of running almost all applications and Android games (Fortnite, alas, does not turn on the Zenfone Pro Max M1).
Launched at a price of 199.99 euros when it was released last summer (in its 32GB version), the Zenfone Max Pro M1 recently saw its price drop to 159.99 euros on Amazon.fr.
The Zenfone Max Pro M1 at 159.99 euros on Amazon.com
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