- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Design
- Page 3: Camera
- Page 4: Software
- Page 5: Performance
- Page 6: Battery
- Page 7: Wrap up
In some ways, the ZenFone Selfie is an in-between version of the original ZenFone 2, but with certain changes like the chipset (!!) where the original ZenFone 2 is using an Intel-based chip and the Selfie is using a Snapdragon – specifically the Snapdragon 615. Oh – and one more thing, the Selfie has dual 13MP cameras with two-tone flash for each, just that the rear-facing one has laser-focus technology.
In some ways, this review would be really short, and focused mainly on the difference between the original ZenFone 2 and the ZenFone Selfie.
This part might not look different, but the components themselves change a lot. The ZenFone Selfie has the same packaging design as the other ZenFones (which I personally like it a lot) and still has that clean and sleek design. Nice!
Opening the box, there is the Selfie itself, the charger itself, and the micro USB cable. That’s it – no earphones, but that’s okay. The charger has also been swapped out for a slower charger too, and again that’s okay. More on that later.