Asus ZenFone 3S Max With 5000 mAh Battery Launched For Rs 14,999

Continuing with its tradition of bringing high-capacity batteries in its Max series of smartphones, Asus has launched its latest smartphone ZenFone 3S Max that comes with a mammoth 5000 mAh battery.

The phone comes in two colors – Black and Gold, and will be available at retail stores for Rs 14,999.

The Asus 3S Max, the new addition to its Max series, is a 5.2 inch smartphone with HD IPS display. The phone has a 75% screen-to-body ratio and is covered with 2.5D curved glass. It has an Aluminum-alloy uni-body design with sandblasted matte finish. Being a 5.2 inch one, this smartphone is easier to handle and perfectly fits onto one’s pocket. The ZenFone 3S Max weighs just 175 grams and is 8.85 in thickness.

The dual-SIM 4G 3S Max comes with a front-facing finger print sensor. One can use the sensor to lock-unlock the phone as well as for other functions.

The ZenFone 3S Max is powered by octa-core 1.5 GHz processor and is assisted by 3 GB RAM and 32 GB of internal storage space. The storage capacity can be expanded upto 2TB using micro storage (SD) cards. The smartphone runs on Android Nougat 7.0 OS, the latest from Android.

Asus has put an 8 megapixel front camera in this phone with features like low-light, HDR and beautification. The rear camera is a 13 megapixel snapper that comes with laser autofocus, PDAF and dual-tone LED flash.

The Max series smartphones are known for theier battery capacity and longevity. The latest one also comes with 5000 mAh lithium-polymer battery. Asus claims its battery provides up to 34 days of standby time on 4G, 28 hours of talk time on 3G, 18 hours of video playback and 25 hours of Wi-Fi Web browsing. The smartphone also has five selectable power modes to optimize performance and help extend the battery life further – Performance mode, Normal mode, Power saving mode, Super saving mode and Customized mode. Subjected to aggressive usage, the battery of Zenfone 3S Max far exceeds a day – whether it’s gaming, watching videos, or internet streaming/browsing over WiFi and cellular data.

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