The ZenFone Live is another one of Asus’s specs-happy budget smartphones. Featuring a launch price of 20,000 rupees and hitting the shelves mid-March 2017, this baby is good value for money.
Design and display are first for evaluation
Bar the capacitive buttons on the front bottom bezel, we’re happy with the smartphone’s design and build quality. A 5.0 inches IPS LCD touchscreen with 720p resolution sits pretty atop the smartphone’s front which should be adequate enough for your everyday requirements.
We’re satisfied by the cameras
Housing a 13 megapixel primary sensor with an LED flash, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection and panorama plus a 5 megapixel selfie sensor with an LED flash of its own, we’re happy where the ZenFone Live’s cameras department is heading towards.
What else you need know:
The smartphone is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor with 2 gigs of RAM. Android Marshmallow is its preferred operating system while 16/32 gigs of variant dependent internal storage, an external card slot, dual-SIM capability and a modest non-removable 2650 mAh battery completes the ZenFone Live’s nifty arsenal of features.