Asus’ new midrange cellphone, the four-lensed ZenFone 5Q, is now out there within the US.
Launching at $299 (about £232 or AU$392, although availability hasn’t been settled for areas outdoors of the US) for GSM networks like AT&T, T-Cellular and others, this mannequin is priced somewhat competitively in opposition to current favorites just like the Moto G6 and Honor 7X.
However that’s the place the comparability stops, as a result of the 5Q is a transparent winner by way of specs. Its standout characteristic is definitely the setup of 4 cameras, offering high quality pictures on the again with a 16MP/8MP combo, although saving the 20MP/8MP heavy hitters for the entrance.
This mannequin is loaded with a Snapdragon 630 with 4GB of RAM, every powering its 6-inch IPS 2,160 x 1,080 show. Moreover, the 5Q has you set for a worldwide journey with twin SIM slots and assist for microSD playing cards to broaden its default 64GB of storage.
Different highlights embrace a three,300mAh battery and three.5mm headphone jack. The cellphone runs on Android Oreo software program, although wrapped with Asus‘s ZenUI 5.zero interface (fortunately a lot improved).