ASUS ZenFone 3
With the ongoing MyCyberSale 2017, ASUS is giving price reductions on some of its selected models from the ZenFone 3 series. If you’re looking for a phone under RM700, the ASUS ZenFone 3 Max and ZenFone Live are now slightly more affordable than before.
ASUS has already began to push the Android 7.0 Nougat update to one of its high end smartphones, the Zenfone 3 Deluxe. But its mid-rangers didn’t get much attention until now.
It’s raining phones with ASUS’ 38 Days of Storm giveaway. If you need a phone that doesn’t require frequent charging, here’s your chance to win yourself a brand new ZenFone 3 Max.
Great smartphones are getting affordable and affordable smartphones are also getting pretty great. These days, with the number of premium flagships launching in Malaysia sporting excellent specifications for a bargain price, we thought we’d throw together a list of high-end flagships that won’t break your bank.
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ASUS dug deep with their ZenFone 3 lineup and came up with three truly different smartphones compared to the old ZenFone 2. Take the ZenFone 3, for example. On paper, it seems to tick a lot of the right boxes when it comes to a quality device, but is that really the case in the real world?
Your mouth has been watering the moment ASUS unveiled their ZenFone 3 series in Computex 2016. Well, it’s time to wipe that drool off your face because they’ve finally arrived in Malaysia. Yes, ASUS launched everything, all five variants.
ASUS isn’t limiting itself to just three ZenFone 3 models. Since the original ZenFone 3 is much more premium with its US$249 (currently about RM982) base price, they have just announced two more models in Vietnam for the price-conscious consumer.
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