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The Asus ZenFone Seflie lets you take high-resolution selfies with its front 13-megapixel camera. It's powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 615 processor, has 3GB RAM, 16GB or 32GB onboard storage and has a microSD card for expansion.

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The phone has a 5.5-inch full-HD display. At the bottom you can find the signature Asus concentric-circle pattern design.

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The white matte surface of the rear cover gives the phone a good grip. It also comes in blue and pink.

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The speakers are located at the back and are quite loud.

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The front 13-megapixel camera is slightly recessed so you don't get it dirty from sweat and oil when the phone is held to your face.

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The rear camera is also 13-megapixels and has laser-assist focus.

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The ZenFone Selfie uses touch-sensitive keys. Below those keys you'll find the concentric-circle pattern Asus uses in most of its products.

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The phone isn't the slimmest we've seen and checks in at 10.8-mm thick.

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The 3,080mAh battery is removable, and the phone supports dual-SIM.

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