Taiwanese tech giant Asus on Tuesday released a revamped version of its popular ZenFone 4. To be called as the "ZenFone C", the entry-level handset seems to be a new variant of the ZenFone 4, which was launched way back in the beginning of 2014.
To be rolled out in Malaysia for RM 349 (Rs. 5933), the ZenFone C will be projected as Asus' cheapest smartphone to be made available in the market.
If one goes by its specifications, the Asus ZenFone C is out-and-out a low-end Android-powered smartphone. It has got a 4.5-inch LED Backlight FWVGA screen, a 1.2GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB of on-board storage and Android 4.4 KitKat with Zen UI.
While, of course, the internal hardware does look decent for multimedia experience. At the same time, it comes with a bigger battery pack (2100mAh), whereas the original ZenFone 4 ships with 1750 mAh battery.
Asus ZenFone C To Launch in India Soon
It should come as no surprise that Asus' ZenFone series is quite popular in the country. Although there's no exact for release, we're expecting the ZenFone C to launch in India soon.
Just last week, Asus launched a new variant of the Zenfone 5 (A501CG). In the coming days to come, we might get to see the much-awaited ZenFone 2 in the market. It's expected to land in India by Q2 2015.
Source - GSMArena
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