We all have seen a couple of weeks ago that the ASUS has entered the 18:9 display smartphone line-up with their China-only smartphone Pegasus 4S. Now, the company seems to be expanding its smartphone models by adding the taller ratio displays to their more mid-range smartphones. ASUS Zenfone Max Plus (aka M1) is one among the very first ASUS smartphones to carry a display with an aspect ratio of 18:9, which is being a trending mania in the smartphone industry nowadays. At a glance, the smartphone will throw a Mi A1 resembling design structure at you. However, the device looks somehow entirely different with its metallic-finished rear panel.
Few of the most noticeable things in the smartphone are the taller display and dual-camera setup on the rear panel. The smartphone has a combo of 16 Megapixel and a wide-angle 8MP lens on the rear-facing primary camera department. The smartphone has also an 8MP selfie-snapper on the front top of the display panel.
ASUS Zenfone Max Plus (M1) is powered with Mediatek’s MT6750T SoC, clocked at just 1.5GHz, which is quite of entry-level kinds of stuff. The smartphone carries 2GB or 3GB RAM onboard, with 16GB or 32GB storage in accordance with the RAM size. The bigger battery sized at 4,130mAh seems pretty much enough to run the device all day long or more.
ASUS Zenfone Max Plus (M1) Specifications
- Display: 5.7-inch 2160 x 1080p 18:9
- RAM: 2GB, 3GB
- Storage: 16GB, 32GB
- Processor: Octa-core 1.5GHz Mediatek MT6750T
- Operating System: Android 7.0, ZenUI 4.0
- Battery: 4,130mAh
- Front: 8MP
- Rear: 16MP+8MP Wide Angle