ZenFone 5Z is the new awesome fast smartphone but is it okay to get this one? There are so many questions that come to the line if it is good to get this one or not. Let’s talk about the ZenFone 5Z Review Pros and cons in this article.

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ZenFone 5Z Pros:

1. Superfast Performance:

The 5Z has the Snapdragon 845 which is the fastest processor till now. This is an octa-core processor clocked at 2.8GHz. Also, it is available in three variants 6GB/6GB with 128Gb and 8Gb with 256Gb storage.

2. Big Screen but compact size:

Asus has opted for a 6.2-inch display with a 19:9 aspect ratio, making this phone tall and narrow. It has a notch at the top which houses the selfie camera, the earpiece, and a couple of sensors. The ZenFone 5Z has a vertically stacked dual camera setup at the back, placed above a single-LED flash

3. Quality Ports option:

It has high-quality ports. It has a Hi-Res-certified in-ear headphone and port sounds better. You can even tweak the sound without any hassle. The Onboard chip has level 3 quality which means fast charging.

4. AI-based system:

Asus is now pushing so much AI-driven features in the ZenFone 5Z. It’s great to have such extra feature in a flagship. It helps in better battery management, better camera enhancements and there are a bunch of other features too.

5. AI-based Camera system:

There are dual cameras on the ZenFone 5Z that is 12-megapixel primary camera and a secondary 8-megapixel camera which is a wide angle lens camera. The Primary camera has f/1.8 with dual pixel technology just like the Canon 80D or 200D. There is a selfie camera with 8 megapixels. It also can records 4K at 60fps without any hassles.

Asus ZenFone 5Z Cons:

1. More Battery eating (ZenUI):

It won’t give that great battery it is better than the OnePlus 6 because of the ZenUI. You know if Asus provides it with stock Android it will make this great!

2. Not that great Camera:

Photos are good with the Zenfone 5Z but changes are still needed even though it has AI but it still lags. Maybe Asus is working on software updates with enhancements.

3. Just OK display for flagship:

It has an IPS display which is great for viewing angles but atleast AMOLED is considered to be there if you ‘ll calling it a flagship. Because of this IPS display, you won’t get the brightest screen in direct sunlight.

It is a great smartphone in flagship department with price, quality and what other things ASUS provides.

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