Asus may be planning to launch IFA electronics show in Berlin this year, it is taking the opportunity to put its current wares in front of the roughly 240,000 attendees who flock to the show., but the hardware maker is clearly saving the good stuff for later. Although the company isn't announcing a new ZenFone at the
Among these is the, which CNET first saw at a different show in late May. The Selfie puts a pretty large sensor on its 13-megapixel front-facing camera -- along with a dual LED flash, yes, on the front, and panorama mode for wide group shots you take yourself. Selfie stick not included.
Asus' interest in the camera is evident in a few other models as well, including its ZenFone Laser, whose 13-megapixel camera leans on an f/2.0 wide-aperture lens and laser autofocus that promises to focus in 0.3 seconds. Likewise, itsphone from January built a 3x optical zoom into that 13-megapixel camera.
Veering away from cameras, thetops up this year's with a huge built-in storage capacity of 256GB. Meanwhile, it's battery life that comprises the ZenFone Max's chief selling point. At 5,000mAh this 5.5-inch phone is one of only a few phones to house a battery this large.
We'll keep an eye on Asus' next-generation handsets. In the meantime, be sure to catch all the hot mobile news from IFA 2015.
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