Cheap phone, big ol' battery: It's the ZenFone Max Plus
A phone can never have too much battery life, right?
Well, lucky for you.
That's the name of the game on the Zeus Zenfone Max Plus.
We got our look here at CES 2018.
Now the standout feature is really gonna be that big battery.
Capacity is 4,130 milliampere hours which basically just means that it should last a really long time.
ASUS says that it'll survive 13 hours of video playback and 26 hours on standby before you have to plug it back in.
What's more, the company also says that the phone will last two times longer than other phones on the market.
That is a pretty bold claim when we haven't tested yet, but we obviously will when we get our reviewing in it.
In addition to that battery, you're gonna get a five point inch screen and two cameras on the back, one 16 megapixel, one eight megapixel.
Your selfie cam is also gonna pack in, 16 megapixels.
You have a fingerprint sensor on the back, and face unlock on the front.
It's gonna be a less secure option, but hey, it's all the rage.
The Zenfone Max Plus is a little bit behind with the Android 7 Nougat instead of Android 8.0 Oreo.
But the phone will also cost a lot less, so it's an acceptable tradeoff.
You can pick it up for $230 in the US starting in February.
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