Important things you need to know about Asus Zenfone 2 Laser

Disclaimer: Even though this is a sponsored post; all opinions and thoughts written on this article were all honest and unbiased. 

Situated above the display are the earpiece, 5 megapixel AF camera, and the ASUS logo. Found below are three unlit capacitive buttons for navigation and the signature concentric-circle design on the chin.

So few weeks ago, I received a package from Asus Philippines to try and experience their latest offering to the market. The Asus Zenfone laser. Personally, I think Asus successfully produces quality and awesome features to their phones in an unbelievable price (very affordable compared to their competitors). The first smartphone in the world equipped with 4GB of RAM at the beginning of 2015, and now the leading smartphone maker is ready to take the brand to another level by introducing different variants of the phone to satisfies the need for all the photo-savvies.

Personally, I prefer phones that aren't too complicated to use and has a very nice camera. The Asus Zenfone 2 Laser is not only thin but also has the best grip, thanks to its Ergonomic arc design, with its curved back and thinnest edge measuring to just 3.9mm, is designed to comfortably fit your palm for ultimate comfort without sacrificing style-the back cover features an exquisite hairline design with a metallic finish.

Flip the Zenfone 2 Laser on its back and you will see the metallic volume buttons, speaker, the 13 megapixel shooter, dual-LED flash, and the Laser AF which is also found on the Zenfone Selfie. It actually makes us wonder why ASUS didn’t add a “Laser” on the Zenfone Selfie’s name.

Zenfone 2 laser features the 5.0 inch HD (720 X 1280P) IPS and Corning Gorilla Glass4 which offers vibrant colors, good brightness levels and wide viewing angels up to 178. The 720p display panel works great in rendering text and graphics to nearly all usage scenarios. When it comes to outdoors, the readability is also great under the sunglight plus the outstanding viewing angle. 

As with the ZenFone 2, the ZenFone 2 Laser features a rounded back panel with a brushed metal-esque design, as well as a volume rocker positioned beneath the rear camera. The changes start with the hardware that lies under the hood. Rather than sporting the Intel processors found in the ZenFone 2, the ZenFone 2 Laser has a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 octa-core processor complemented with 3GB of RAM and 16GB/32GB storage options.


That aforementioned Laser Auto Focus is also new, enabling the camera to focus in 0.2 seconds. Other new features include dual-active SIM, Corning Gorilla Glass 4, dual microphones with noise cancellation via ASUS NoiseZero Talk Technology, and a removable battery, unlike the ZenFone 2.

The variant's biggest difference over the original ZenFone 2 is the laser-assisted auto-focus, which is aimed at helping eliminate those soft images and unwanted blurs too common with mobile photos. The camera produces nice images, and is quick to readjust to the ideal settings. Transitioning from a shot in the dark to a shot of a bright noon sky is done so rapidly as to nearly be instant.

The Zenfone 2 Laser comes in two screen sizes – 5-inch and 5.5-inches. Our unit is the 5.5-inch model with IPS display and HD resolution or equal to 267ppi. Pixels are discernible but can still be considered as decent. Viewing angles and colors are good but tend to be on the warmer side. Good thing ASUS included the Splendid app which lets you adjust the color temperature and choose between four screen color modes.

If you're looking for a phone that has great functions and captures beautiful photos, I suggest that you go for Asus Zenfone 2 laser. This phone really sets the bar high when it comes to functions and camera, plus the design of it is really impressive. 


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