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Asus says the ZenFone 3 Zoom is a phone "built for photography."

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Two 12-megapixel cameras live on the back of the phone, allowing you to take quality shots.

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While the front camera packs 13 megapixels and screen flash for selfies.

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Use its portrait mode to blur the the background of your photos and place emphasis on the subject.

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Its 5,000mAh battery can provide up to 6.4 hours of 4K video recording, or be used as a power bank for other devices -- that's a lot of juice.

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Other features include a fingerprint sensor on the back.

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Click through for additional angles of the ZenFone 3 Zoom.

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Asus unveiled the ZenFone 3 Zoom on stage at CES 2017.

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The phone comes with with three prime lenses and Asus' SuperPixel technology.

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Thanks to the SuperPixel technology, the cameras provide 10x greater light sensitivity.

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The camera's 59mm lens is supposed to leave images distortion-free.

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Asus promises better low-light photos with this enhanced light sensitivity.

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The Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom is expected to go on sale in February, so stay tuned to CNET for more info.

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