The Asus ZenFone 4 Selfie has just been launched on August 2017, and it is making the Gizmo World go crazy. With the expertise front and rear camera, everyone is sure to have a sight of the Asus ZenFone 4 Selfie in the recent days. It has some of the best features at an affordable budget. Here is a detailed review of the Asus ZenFone 4 Selfie!

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Design

Zenfone 4 includes a plastic case with a brushed metal complete, soft adjusted corners and glossy bezels. At a first look, the telephone may appear to be premium yet following a second look and after you really hold it close by, the case feels somewhat modest.

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The Zenfone 4 is somewhat cumbersome, with 155.66 x 75.90 x 7.85 in and measures 144.00, however in general, the assemble quality is solid, it doesn’t hold fingerprints, the grasp is reasonably great, yet we found another blame into the design.

For starters, Asus Zenfone 4 Selfie is a truly striking looking smartphone. The smartphone is very smooth and is designed for the classy selfie sweethearts out there. The gadget parades a metal unibody and accompanies precious stone cut chamfered edges. The smartphone accompanies a smooth matte complete on the back board and has receiving wire lines running on both best and base. The gadget has a 5.5-inch full HD display which is overwhelmed by double Selfie camera, soft LED glimmer and three capacitive catches.

Like the LG G4, ASUS picked the catches to be on the back, however in spite of the fact that LG hit the nail on the head, ASUS appears to have fizzled, the power catch is peculiarly set on the highest point of the case and the volume controller is too thin and uncomfortable.

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The back of the telephone can be expelled for access to the double SIM and the MicroSD spaces.
Note: The Zenfone 4 incorporates double microSD cards into the interface making it a breeze to travel between SIM cards.

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The sound is given by a solitary minor speaker under a major barbecue at the base side of the back of the telephone.

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Display

The Zenfone 4 includes a 5.5in IPS LED-Backlit display with a resolution of 720x1280p and a pixel thickness of 403ppi. Also, the screen is secured by Gorilla Glass 3 and has incredible review points.

The symbols on the display look sharp and hues turn out adjusted and the daylight intelligibility of the telephone is great while the auto splendor setting acts as an appeal. Over soaked hues are exceptionally normal with OLED, yet clients can redo the settings selecting from three different modes – Bluelight channel, Super shading, Standard. The display settings also let clients change the screen immersion manually. The general experience of watching motion pictures or playing games was great on the Zenfone 4 Selfie genius.

The Zenfone 4 will do fine with games or web recordings, yet there is an issue with shine, as endeavoring to see the display under direct daylight is very difficult.

In any case, the pictures look sharp, has full sRGB extent, the hues are sufficiently adjusted, in spite of the fact that a bit under saturated (the blacks could have been darker), it is reasonably exact with immersion of essential hues and considering that it is a mid-run telephone, the display serves its motivation.

Performance

The Zenfone 4 includes a 1.4GHz octa-core Snapdragon 430 processor, upheld by a PowerVR Series 6 G6430 GPU, 4GB DDR3 RAM (there is a less expensive telephone form that highlights just 2GB RAM), 64GB local stockpiling memory and a conceivable expansion of up to 64GB through the microSD opening.

It’s a not a short telephone from any methods. It has bulky bezels on both best and base. The route keys and unique finger impression sensor and unique finger impression sensor are all on the front. The telephone has marginally inclined edges that guarantee a firm hold.

Shockingly to some, Intel is as able as Snapdragon and the 4 GB RAM is an extraordinary component that enables a great deal and you too can see the telephone quality while multitasking or playing resource-substantial games.
By and large, we felt that the Zenfone 4’s performance was comparable to some other high-telephone (Samsung Galaxy S6 or iPhone 6), the applications propelled rapidly, we played a vast cluster of games (from essential to resource-substantial) easily and with no issues, watching Netflix was smooth and as said before multitasking was amazingly all around took care of.

Software

ASUS Zenfone highlights the most recent Android, the Android 7.1.1, however it is intensely modified into the more convoluted and fascinating ASUS Zen UI 4.0.

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The Zen UI interface has a moderate look, it works smooth and has a high measure of customization accessible, from the subject packs to symbol style and title text dimension, abandoning you with a truly remarkable and genuinely to your enjoying interface.

ASUS has incorporated some intriguing applications that will help facilitate your investigation and utilization of the telephone. Some worth mentioning are the File Manager, they Do It Later application (coordinated undertaking list), Auto wizard, Power Saver and that’s just the beginning.

Shockingly, most “local” applications can’t be uninstalled (and they are a ton) prompting some bloatware so be set up to spend a couple of hours of application impairing.

As far as availability, the Zenfone 4 has Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, 802.11ac WiFi and LTE.

Camera

The fundamental camera has a 13-megapixel sensor and f/2.0 gap, which means it, is a genuinely essential camera that manages to catch quality photos.

Note: Unfortunately there is no optical picture adjustment.

For standard photography, there is a 16-megapixel raise camera with gap of f/2.0 and stage recognition bolster for speedy core interest. It locks center and catches shots rapidly. Daytime shots look very much adjusted. Pictures look fresh even in landscape shots. Hues look rich without feeling oversaturated. There is a significant commotion in low light shots, however. This 13MP sensor catches some superb selfies, and the excellence mode even evacuates the pimples and pores all over. Moreover, Asus has taken it to another level by including a Portrait mode in the smartphone. The Portrait mode isn’t flawless, yet it takes care of business more often than not. Do make a note that this mode works just in great lighting conditions. Also, the camera application enables you to catch Portrait pictures with beautify mode turned on.

Some minor burdens we saw are that in splendid landscapes, the hues showed up a bit oversaturated and on low light, you can light up the photo however it will cost you 3-megapixel.

The camera highlights 17 shooting modes and some fascinating highlights are the HDR choice and Super Resolution Mode.
One incredible thing about the Zenfone 4 camera is that it’s quick and there is no slack between shots.

Both the front and the back cameras can shoot 1080p recordings at 30 outlines for each second.

Battery Life

The Zenfone 4 includes a non-removable 3000 mAh battery. Since it has a reasonably powerful CPU, the power utilization is really high.

All things considered, when it really matters, the telephone has a smart sparing mode that adjusts the performance with power utilization (when the battery is running low).

On medium to light utilize, the telephone will take you as the day progressed.

The Zenfone 4 charges moderately quick and simply like the LG G4 it comes to from 0 to 100 in around one 90 minutes.

Conclusion

The volume rocker and power scratch are on the correct edge while SIMs and SD card plate is on the left edge. The telephone has 3.5mm jack, secondary mic on the best while amplifier and a small scale USB port are at the base.

With a specific end goal to cost INR 13,999, the ASUS Zenfone 4 cut a considerable measure of corners, the design isn’t that extraordinary, the camera is great yet could have been something more, yet taking a gander at how well it plays out, the immense software and the 5.5″ screen, the Zenfone 4 is unquestionably a take.