Asus Zenfone Max with Snapdragon 410 SoC, 5000mAh battery showcased in Promo Video

By Sayan

Asus had announced a number of device during its ZenFestival in Delhi a few months back. While many a phones announced at the events including the Zenfone Selfie, Zenfone Deluxe, Zenfone Max have already go on sale the battery heavy Zenfone Max is still missing.

Asus teases Zenfone Max with 5,000mAh Battery could be launched soon

Earlier this week an official promo video of the Zenfone Max was spotted which makes analysts believe that Asus is eventually planning to launch the device into the market. The promo video highlights the main features of the smartphone including the large 5000mAH battery which according to the company can deliver a talk time of upto 37.6 hours, video playback time of upto 22.6 hours and web browsing (via WiFi) for upto 32.5 hours. Asus further claims that the Zenfone Max can deliver a standby time of 38 days!

Asus teases Zenfone Max with 5,000mAh Battery could be launched soon

The Asus Zenfone Max sports a 5.5 inch HD (720x1280p) IPS display upfront along with a 5MP selfie snapper. It is powered by a 64 bit enabled 1.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 SoC and a 2GB of RAM. Other specifications include a 13MP rear camera with Laser Autofocus, 16GB of internal storage and MicroSD slot for memory expansion (upto 128GB). Connectivity features include WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and A-GPS.

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With the promo video now official it is expected that Asus will be launching their Zenfone Max smartphone by the end of this month.

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