Asus teases Apple's Smart Battery Case with its upcoming Zenfone Max

By Sudhiir

Apple's Smart Battery Case has come under criticism for its bulging back. Users have reportedly criticized the Apple Smart Battery case that was recently released for iPhone 6S. Recently Asus took to Twitter to talk about its Asus Zenfone Max. The highlight of the Asus Zenfone Max has a 5,000 mAh battery. Asus has suggested that its Asus Zenfone Max is an alternative to the iPhone 6S owing to a long battery life. The Asus Zenfone Max has a battery life of 37 hours in comparison to iPhone 6S Smart battery case which promises a battery life between 18- 25 hours based on usage.

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Asus compares the battery power of the ZenFone Max with the combined battery power of an iPhone and a Smart Battery Case, while saying: "You don't need that extra pack when you have the maximum power in one."

Asus teases Apple's Smart Battery Case with its upcoming Zenfone Max
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Asus 5,000 mAh battery can provide a talk time of 37 hous, 22 hours of internet usage and 22 hours of video playback. In comparison, the iPhone 6S provides a talk time of about 18 hours to 25 hours when used with the Apple's smart battery case for iPhone 6S.

However, Asus Zenfone Max runs Android unlike iPhone 6S which runs iOS. It is also a low end device powered by Snapdragon 410. The Zenfone Max costs much less than and iPhone. It is to be noted that Apple's Smart battery case costs almost $99.

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While, some of the points might not be convincing or valid. Asus wants to grab the spotlight and share space with the iPhone 6S when it comes to battery life. The Zenfone Max is slated for a release mostly in early 2016.


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