Pegasus Plus is the latest one to be released recently in Viet Nam for a few days
Some days before, Asus announced Pegasus Plus, the next generation of the first Pegasus, to the Asia market, although the first one hasn’t been come to us so far. So, what is the differences between Pegasus Plus and Zenphone 2, or more specifically, between Intel and Qualcomm chipset. Let me explain it to you and make it clearer for those who are very curious about the real strength of Snapdragon 615 when it runs on Zenphone handset. Let’s get started.
The front of Asus Pegasus Plus
First and foremost, let see the similarities between both of them. I can make sure that regardless what names are, the typical design of Zenphone 2 always appears in Pegasus Plus. We can see all the appearance of two handsets look the same from the bottom to the top. We can catch a 5.5 Full HD screen at the front and 13MP camera at the back. According to Asus, Full HD and 5.5 inches are two main and just enough for all devices, the reason is obvious that they are all hand-held devices and the customer always need a thing that can fit their hands and perform strongly inside through everything. Zenphone 2 is also influenced by that thought and all feedbacks are good too. So, there is nothing in need to worry about the resolution or the dimension of the phones.
Although we say so, some differences and some innovative specs are created by Asus with the endless effort to make the product more extraordinary. Indeed, Pegasus Plus also has been re-designed a little bit, and the frame surrounding it turns out to be very priceless. Moreover, the difference is highlighted noticeably at the back when the position of the flashlight is switched a bit, and the disappearance of the volume button turns out to make it more smoother and clearer. Last but not least, we also can see the flat design at the back of Pegasus Plus that is blended in the Zenphone 2, so that is the cause why it looks more attractive and thinner when we hand on.
The Plus lookes thinner and more charming than Zenphone 2
Secondly, we will discuss the configuration under the hood, and to be more accurate, the chipset should be the one we need to concern. This is the first time Asus uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 to equip their product, and there are many opinions that this time, the heat coming out from the phone will be decreased extensively unlike on Zenphone 2. More attractive, the Pegasus Plus also owns the dreamy capacity of RAM, 3Gb is plenty for all activities every day we use and the battery is another good detail, 3030 mAh is higher a little than 3000 mAh of Zenphone 2.
13MP is still the standard resolution of Asus product
When it comes to the quality of the camera, there is no changes in the new one. Although we haven’t got any news about it, Pixel Master should be the best choice at this time for Asus product, and Pegasus Plus is a case in point.
The last considerable thing is the price when it is sold officially. There is still no information about it, but by estimation, Pegasus Plus will be about $300-$350 for each unit. We will continue to update any news about this guy and give you the best choice for your bill.
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