This is the ASUS ZenFone 5 - not the ZenFone 5 back in 2014 that has Intel chipsets. With change of naming scheme from screen size to numerical increments for each generation after the first generation, it's bound to go back to ZenFone 5 once again - and it's happening here, today. ASUS even acknowledges this by making a hashtag #BackTo5 for its launch event at MWC2018.
There comes a time where people were very happy with cases on their phones. I admit that I was one of them too, until sometime during December of 2012, when I was using my Galaxy Nexus without any cases at all. Partly this is due to the fact that there aren't much cases to choose from and also the phone is nicely shaped with the curve, which I really appreciate its design.
Ever since the world jumped into the trend of dual-cameras and making it a necessity by today's standards, there are some who thinks two isn't enough. Samsung is one of them, and decided that their latest Galaxy A7 (2018) mid-range smartphone to be their first ever triple-camera smartphone.
ASUS can't stop their train of amazing products now, and they're maintaining the momentum by bringing in two more amazing products - the ZenFone 2 Laser, and the ZenFone Selfie. So what are these two...
Samsung introduced a new device recently on their Galaxy A series line-up. The new device, Galaxy A9 Pro features a really big screen as well as huge battery. It was intended to be in the phablet category as the Galaxy Note, but it is biggest. Specifications wise, it’s still a mid-range phone but packed with great features.
Last week, Lenovo launched two of their most innovative product to date - the Lenovo Yoga Book, and the Lenovo Phab 2. The Yoga Book is the first ever 2-in-1 device with an arguably much more innovative keyboard than what Apple's latest MacBook Pro has to offer, and Phab 2 Plus is the world's first ever Tango smartphone in the market.