Asus introduced Zenphone Zoom once again at IFA 2015
There are lots of news about this phone, but nothing can reveal the coming-out day of Zenphone Zoom, but with the latest information from Asus fanpage, this one will be debuted officially at IFA 2015, which will occur early September.
There are some information of the specs we should about Zenphone Zoom:
Asus outfitted the Zenphone Zoom with a 5.5”, 1080 x 1920 display (401 PPI), protected by Gorilla Glass 3. Unfortunately, we did not have extensive access to the device and were unable to draw adequate conclusions. From what we saw, the display looked noticeably bluish, with punchy colors popping out. In terms of detail – rest assured that the display is crisp and clear.
Processor and memory
The Zenphone Zoom is equipped with a 64-bit, quad-core, 2.3 GHz Intel Atom Z3580 – a high-performing SoC, which launched back in Q2 of 2014. It’s coupled with the generous 4 GB of RAM, which should, hopefully, take care of all of the heavy-ish interface’s processes with no issue. We weren’t able to extensively test it just now, due to limited access. Storage-wise, Asus was quite generous, and outfitted the ZenFone Zoom with 128 GB of internal memory, which the user can further expand via microSD card of up to 64 GB.
Asus touts a 3x optical zoom on the camera module, which should let you magnify images without sacrificing detail and quality. The rather large hump on the back of the phone may lead some to believe that the sensor’s resolution is something insane, but it is, in fact, 13 MP. This doesn’t mean that the camera wouldn’t be able to deliver in terms of quality – a 13 MP sensor can certainly make some seriously stunning shots, provided the software and hardware are working in unison, so it all depends on whether Asus pulls it off or not. Additionally, the snapper is assisted by a laser auto-focus and optical image stabilization – the ingredients needed for quick, guaranteed quality shots.