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Dimensions 152 x 77 x 11 mm Poids 170 g Diagonale d'écran 5.5 pouces Définition d'écran 1280 x 720 DPI Type d’écran Part de l’écran en surface 71.56 % Puce mobile Intel Atom Z3560 Processeur Intel Atom Z3560 - 2.3 GHz Nombre de cœurs 4 GPU intégré (iGPU) PowerVR G6430 Mémoire vive (RAM) 4 Go Mémoire interne 16 Go Carte mémoire oui Capacité de la batterie 3000 mAh Capteur photo 13 Mpx Capteur photo avant 5 Mpx Captation vidéo Système d'exploitation (OS) Android Version d'OS testée 5.0 (Lollipop) Connectique Capteur d’empreintes digitales Type Wi-Fi Type Bluetooth NFC oui 4G (LTE) oui Dual-sim non Format carte SIM Niveau d'exposition (DAS) NC Type d'étanchéité non Gyroscope de caractéristiques ▸" data-less="Voir moins de caractéristiques ▾" class="more"> Voir plus de caractéristiques ▸ Face-à-face Le Zenfone 2 ZE550ML est, à l'instar du ZE551ML, un smartphone de 5,5 (13,97 cm) pouces en dalle IPS, à la différence que l'on tombe ici à une définition HD (1280 x 720 px). À l'intérieur, on trouve un SoC Intel Atom Z3560 à quatre cœurs cadencés à 1,8 GHz, soutenu par 2 Go de RAM et un iGPU PowerVR G6430. La mémoire interne est de 16 Go, extensible par l'ajout d'une carte microSD. La batterie fait 3000 mAh. Du côté de la photo, ce sont un capteur dorsal de 13 Mpx et un capteur frontal de 5 Mpx qui officient. La version 5.0 Lollipop d'Android est à la manœuvre, recouverte de la surcouche maison ZenUI. Au menu de la connectivité, on trouve les habituels Bluetooth et Wi-Fi, ainsi que la 4G. Le smartphone peut accueillir 2 cartes SIM, seule l'une d'elles pouvant bénéficier du haut débit mobile. Ce modèle du Zenfone 2 se positionne à un tarif de lancement de 249 €. En termes de design, il est impossible de distinguer le Zenfone 2 ZE550ML du ZE551ML. Les deux affichent les mêmes dimensions (152 x 77 x 11 mm) pour un poids équivalent (170 g). Cela ne fait pas de ce smartphone le plus léger de sa catégorie, mais ce poids est bien reparti. Seule la tranche supérieure du téléphone se voit affublée d'un bouton physique, celui en charge de la mise en veille de l'écran, les touches de volume étant déportées sur la face arrière du Zenfone 2, à l'instar de ce que propose LG sur ses G3 ou G4. Si le premier des boutons cités est assez difficile d'accès sans une certaine gymnastique, les deux suivants tombent idéalement sous l'index. La forme légèrement bombée du dos du terminal offre une très bonne prise en main. De plus, le plastique de ce dos ne glisse pas sur la paume, renforçant cette bonne préhension. Par ailleurs, sa finition mate n'autorise pas les traces de doigt à s'installer. Si l'on conserve la diagonale de 5,5 pouces du ZE551ML, le ZE550ML perd en revanche la définition Full HD pour passer à 1280 x 720 px. Dommage, car sur une telle taille d'écran, on perd un peu en précision, notamment sur l'affichage de textes et dans les jeux. La lisibilité reste cependant correcte. À l'instar de sa grande sœur, cette version du Zenfone 2 n'atteint pas des sommets en termes de luminosité maximale, puisque l'on plafonne à 260 cd/m². Le taux de contraste de 860:1 n'est pas non plus parmi les meilleurs, les bons élèves de la discipline dépassent les 1400:1 sur des dalles IPS. Heureusement, la dalle n'est pas particulièrement sujette aux reflets et l'on arrive à conserver une lisibilité correcte, même en plein soleil. Colorimétrie Delta E = 3,1 La colorimétrie se montre plutôt bonne dans l'ensemble. Nous relevons un deltaE à 3,1 — pour rappel, le dE mesure l'écart entre couleurs justes et couleurs affichées. Sur ce point, le ZE550ML fait mieux que son ainé et se place dans la bonne moyenne de notre comparatif. La température de couleurs est stable à 6850 K pour une norme à 6500 K, aucun problème de ce côté-là. La réactivité est correcte, sans être excellente, avec un retard tactile mesuré à 69 ms et une rémanence à 19 ms. L'interface est ici composée d'Android 5.0 Lollipop auquel s'ajoute la surcouche maison ZenUI. L'ensemble reste assez proche de la version originale de l'OS de Google, mais l'on regrette la présence en trop grand nombre d'applications préinstallées. Cette partie étant identique à celle du Zenfone 2 (ZE551ML), vous trouverez plus de détails dans le test de celui-ci. Avec son SoC Intel Atom Z3560 à 4 cœurs cadencés à 1,8 GHz et ses 2 Go de RAM, le ZE550ML est fluide dans toutes les conditions. On ressent toutefois une différence au passage d'une application à une autre entre celui-ci et son grand frère doté de 4 Go de RAM. Même après plusieurs heures de jeu, ce Zenfone a la bonne idée de ne pas chauffer. Un grand écran de 5,5 pouces, fidèle de surcroît, se prête bien au jeu du visionnage de vidéos et autres films. Malheureusement, on l'aurait préféré en Full HD pour que l'expérience soit vraiment idéale. Pour s'affranchir des restrictions de formats compatibles avec le lecteur intégré, nous vous conseillons d'installer une application tierce telle que MX Player. Vidéo Audio Côté audio, la sortie casque dispose d'une puissance légèrement au-dessus de la moyenne, s'assurant une compatibilité sans faille avec n'importe quel casque, même le plus gourmand. Fort heureusement, cette puissance ne se fait pas au détriment de la qualité du son puisque la distorsion reste à un bas niveau. Le haut-parleur n'est pas idéalement situé, à l'arrière du terminal. Il s'en trouve obstrué lorsqu'on tient le Zenfone en main ou quand il est posé sur une surface plane. Par ailleurs, il délivre une puissance tout à fait honnête et un son relativement précis, mais dénué de basses. Jeux Pour le jeu vidéo, la puce graphique PowerVR G6430 se montre d'un niveau correct. Tous les titres présents sur le Play Store seront jouables sans encombre. La faible définition ne fait malheureusement pas honneur aux plus détaillés des jeux ; ceux-ci auront le mérite d'être fluides. Le capteur arrière de 13 Mpx permet de prendre des photos de bonne qualité lorsque la lumière est présente. Le niveau de détails est bon, bien qu'un lissage se montre plus présent sur les bords des clichés. En basse lumière, malgré l'apparition d'un bruit léger, les images conservent des détails bien marqués et la balance des blancs est convaincante. On note toutefois, quelles que soient les conditions, des couleurs un peu ternes ; rien de très gênant heureusement. Globalement, la qualité des clichés est bien là, mais il y a une certaine marge entre ce Zenfone 2 550ML et les cadors de l'exercice que sont par exemple le Samsung Galaxy S6 ou l' iPhone 6 Plus. La capture de vidéos peut se faire en définition Full HD (1920 x 1080p), et ce 550ML s'en sort plutôt bien. La mesure d'exposition et la mise au point se font en continu sans être trop brutales, ce qui est fort appréciable. Une stabilisation électronique est envisageable, mais il faudra consentir à un passage en 720p, et son apport est discutable. Le capteur avant de 5 Mpx ne fait pas de miracles, il se montre à l'aise en pleine lumière, mais un peu moins lorsque celle-ci vient à manquer. Il offre en outre un angle assez large. Les amateurs d'autoportraits de groupe seront comblés. Retrouvez les résultats en photo du Zenfone 2 (ZE550ML) dans notre face-à-face. Avec une batterie aussi importante que celle de son ainé (3000 mAh), un écran moins défini et un SoC moins performant, on pouvait attendre de cette version de milieu de gamme du Zenfone 2 une belle endurance. Dans la pratique, cette différence ne se ressent pas énormément. En usage soutenu, on tient sans peine de 8h du matin à 11h le lendemain avant d'avoir besoin d'une prise de courant. On dépasse alors la journée et demie en utilisation plus basique. Notre test de lecture de vidéo en streaming nous donne un résultat de 7h45, soit une durée (raisonnablement bonne) équivalente à celle réalisée par le ZenFone 2 Full HD. Dommage que le ZE550ML ne supporte pas la charge rapide. Il ne bénéficie donc pas des avantages de son grand frère qui ne requiert que 45 min pour passer de 0 à 70 %. Ici, un cycle de charge complet demandera un peu plus de 2h15. L'Asus Zenfone 2 côté téléphonie La gestion des deux cartes SIM est assez simple. Seul l'un des deux ports est compatible 4G, l'autre se limite à la 2G. Il est possible de définir laquelle des deux cartes est à utiliser en priorité pour les SMS ou les appels. Que ce soit sur l'un ou l'autre des ports, aucun problème de communication n'a été décelé. La connexion et le positionnement lors du lancement d'une application GPS se font en à peine quelques secondes. POINTS FORTS Finition générale. Autonomie satisfaisante. Interface fluide et intuitive. Qualité des photos. Double-SIM. Écran fidèle et réactif. POINTS FAIBLES Résolution un peu légère (267 ppp). Écran peu lumineux. Imposant. Trop d'applications Asus préinstallées. CONCLUSION Ce Zenfone 2 ZE550ML n'a pas grand-chose à envier à son grand frère ZE551ML. Seuls son écran et sa définition "seulement" HD peuvent vraiment l'handicaper. Il s'agit globalement d'un bon smartphone qui offre des performances honnêtes dans tous les domaines. Il serait presque le plus intéressant des Zenfone 2 en termes de rapport performances/prix. 4 Asus Zenfone 2 (ZE550ML) Les Numériques 2015-05-21 09:00:00 Benoît Campion Rédacteur audio for you, forever, drogué à la musique, aux jeux vidéo et au cinéma. Dédie son temps libre à faire vibrer moult cordes grâce à des techniques séculaires normandes. Ses publications inutilisable au bout de 6 mois... Suite à la mise à jour du système, l'ensemble devient très lourd sur la mémoire interne, surtout quand toutes les applis préinstallées inamovibles et inutiles se mettent à jour. Du coup, sans avoir installé aucune appli, avec une carte sd 32go pour les photos et musique, le téléphone est saturé et refuse... Le ZE 551 Ml pour le même prix ! Actuellement Boulanger propose le modèle ZE551 Ml 16 Go équipé de l'Intel Atom Z3560, quad core 1,8 GHz avec 4Go de RAM au prix de 249 € pour le modèle silver uniquement alors que les autres coloris sont au prix de 299 €. Je pense que c'est un bon plan d'autant que Darty, qui s'était aligné, a fait machine... apache Posté le 21-05-2015 à 12:42 [Répondre] Concernant la définition je possède une tablette 7" en définition HD comme celle-ci et je ne ressens aucune gêne particulière... Bon je n'ai jamais vu de full HD sur un écran de 5,5" mais je me demande quand même si c'est si important que ça... Mais faut pas s'affoler il y aura bientôt de l'UHD sur des écrans de 5", ça va changer la vie !! Édition du commentaire : Ch.Cl. Posté le 16-06-2015 à 20:16 [Répondre] Question d'un novice: Asus ne le commercialise pas en belgique et je trouve ça très dommage. Est-il bloqué aux réseaux français? Édition du commentaire : Grosquick Posté le 21-05-2015 à 12:03 [Répondre] Vos fiches techniques manquent régulièrement de précision notamment par rapport à ce qui est indiqué dans l'article. Ici, la fréquence du processeur est incorrecte, du moins elle est en contradiction avec celle indiquée dans l'article. L'autonomie "indicative" n'est pas reprise. Le détail des standard WiFi et bluetooth n'est pas précisé. Autre chose que vous pourriez ajouter dans ces fiches (et dans vos tests), c'est le support d'une fonction de plus en plus répandue (et qu'il faut encourager à déployer auprès des constructeurs): le chargement sans fil par induction ! Tellement pratique pour un produit mobile de ne pas perdre de temps à "brancher" son appareil à un fil quand on est en voiture, au bureau, à la maison, etc... Édition du commentaire : La rédaction TV, smartphones, casques, imprimantes, bracelets connectés, ordinateurs, vélos électriques, aspis-robots, tablettes... Le labo et les quelques 40 membres de la rédaction des Numériques testent avec passion et rigueur plus d'une centaine de produits chaque mois. Découvrir En poursuivant votre navigation sur ce site, vous acceptez l’utilisation de cookies pour vous proposer des services et offres adaptés à vos centres d’intérêts. Fermer Pour en savoir plus et paramétrer les cookies…


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The Good Excellent performance Long battery life Camera is good, but not great Great value for the money The Bad Weak speaker Software is filled with bloat Hardware feels cheap Button placement is awkward ASUS is far better known in Android circles as a company that makes a successful lineup of tablets — of course including both Nexus 7 generations — than a manufacturer of desirable phones, particularly when it comes to Western markets. In the larger world of consumer electronics the Taiwanese manufacturer owes far more of its brand recognition (and revenue generation) to laptops, desktops and peripherals than it does the entire Android segment, with most likely only knowing ASUS phones for its few splashes with crazy Padfones and Fonepads. But ASUS has also made plenty of "normal" phones before, falling under the ZenFone brand, including a low- to mid-range lineup at various sizes announced back at the beginning of 2014. The ZenFone brand is focused on offering affordable performance and solid features, and the new device for 2015 that embodies that pursuit is the ZenFone 2.With a big 5.5-inch screen, powerful quad-core processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and large battery, it comes as a surprise that ASUS is asking just $299 unlocked for the ZenFone 2. We've seen manufacturers ask far more for less of a device, but since ASUS has kept the price of the ZenFone 2 down it has put it in a great spot to be in consideration for price-conscious phone buyers who still want a device they can be proud of. We're going to see just how that strategy has worked out in our complete ZenFone 2 review.We're publishing this review after a week using a red ZenFone 2 model with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, running exclusively on the T-Mobile network in areas with great signal coverage. 2 laser ze500kl, 5 usado. Baby pink iphone 6 case, 2 ou selfie. Upcoming phones, 2 4g ram. Selfie 32gb zd551kl, go buscape. Qual melhor celular da, zen laser 2. 5 full specification, max update. Iphone 6s case flip, 3 comprar. Beige iphone 6 case, rog phone. One plus two prijs, lenovo 3. 2 laser 2gb ram, 5 cover. Selfie mercado livre, zoom zx550. After an OTA update on the first day, we used the phone on the same software — 2.15.40.13 — the rest of the time.You have to cut back somewhere ASUS ZenFone 2 Hardware Your first impression of a phone is how it looks, shortly followed by how your hand reacts to the materials it was made out of and how they were crafted together into a functional layout. With a less-than-flagship priced phone you're likely to lose out in one or more of those three areas, and ASUS has done a pretty good job in terms of both looks and design, while coming up a bit short in terms of feel and functionality on the ZenFone 2. The phone looks good at a glance, but it isn't going to fool you into thinking it was an expensive purchase. This is a very standard all-plastic affair, with glossy plastic edges surrounding the screen and a slightly-textured removable back plate that's made out of stiff and very thin plastic. The cover is removable (albeit with some effort) to expose two SIM slots and an SDcard slot, and while you can see the battery underneath it isn't designed to be removed. The bezel below the screen holding three capacitive keys is also plastic, with a trademark ASUS concentric circle design that gives it a bit of flair. The ZenFone 2 looks nice in press renders and at a glance, but when you start to get down to it you can best describe the design as "basic. " There's no flashy metal, ground-breaking designs or neat hardware features. A rear-mounted volume rocker — pioneered by LG since the G2 — is the one real bit of uniqueness on the device, perhaps aside from the color if you decide to go with a bright red or faded two-tone back plate. Everything else falls where you expect it to — you won't be picking up a ZenFone 2 for its glorious design or innovative hardware features, to be certain. No phone with a 5.5-inch display is going to be particularly small or easy to manage in one hand, but even with that being the case the ZenFone 2 is quite large for its screen size. Having capacitive keys (which don't light up, by the way) taking up room under the display isn't helping any, but beyond that the entire build is a little on the bulky side. It's just a sliver smaller than a Galaxy Note 4 despite having a smaller screen and no physical home button, and considering how thin the plastic is all around you're not getting much in the way of sturdiness for the extra thickness. You're getting a lot of screen size for your money, but the phone is a bit tough to hold onto because of it. The nonstandard placement of volume rocker on the back of the phone is something we've seen before, but ASUS hasn't quite executed as well as the other manufacturer has. The volume rocker is narrow and tougher to click because of it, and while LG puts the power button between the two volumes the ZenFone has a top-mounted power button that's quite tough to hit. Thankfully a double tap on the screen will turn it on or off, saving you from the awkward reach to the top. Regardless of button placement the size and thickness make the ZenFone 2 a bit tough to hold onto, and while the back plate has some grip to it the whole phone is still slick. Combine that with large dimensions and you may have trouble holding onto the phone with one hand for long periods — something that could have been solved with a bit smaller screen or some more thought on a grippier back and sides. But people do want the most screen size for their money, and I understand why a 5.5-inch display was chosen. For most people the extra room to work and play is worth the usability trade off of the large frame.More than you expect for your money ASUS ZenFone 2 Specs ASUS seems to have made it a point on the ZenFone 2 to lure in potential customers with lots of buzzwords an a robust spec sheet, and for the most part they've accomplished that well. A high-powered quad-core Intel processor leads the way, backed up by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. If you opt to save $100 on your purchase you can get a lower model with a slightly slower processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. Category Features OS Android 5.0 Lollipop Display 5 inches IPS LCD @ 1920x1080, Gorilla Glass 3 Processor Intel Atom quad-core 1.8GHz Z3560 or 2.3GHz Z3580 Rear camera 13MP Storage 16GB or 64GB, 5GB ASUS webstorage Memory 2GB or 4GB DDR3 RAM External storage Up to 64GB microSD Colors Black, white, red, gray, gold Dimensions 5 x 77.2 x 10.9 mm Connectivity 11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, dual-SIM (one 2G/3G/LTE, one 2G only) Network UMTS/WCDMA/LTE FDD Cat4; HSPA+ UL:5.76 Mbps/DL:42 Mbps; DC-HSPA+ UL:5.76 Mbps/DL:42 Mbps; LTE UL:50 Mbps/DL:150 Mbps Bands 2G EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900; 3G WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100; 4G FDD-LTE 700(28)/900(8)/1800(3) Other G-Sensor/E-Compass/Gyroscope/Proximity/Ambient Light Sensor/GPS/GLONASS You do get a few features that aren't completely standard in every phone, including an SDcard slot under the back panel, 802.11ac Wifi, and dual SIM slots (though only one can be used for 3G and LTE data). Looking at the full spec sheet the camera and display are the most notable cutbacks, with the 13MP sensor having no OIS or fancy focus mechanisms, and the 5.5-inch IPS display not having a notably high resolution (1920x1080, good for 403 ppi) or any mind-blowing features. A basic audio-visual experience ASUS ZenFone 2 Display and Speakers We're at a point in smartphones where the highest-end devices have absolutely stunning displays, with Quad HD resolution, wonderful brightness and colors that really pop. This boost in display quality at the top has acted as a rising tide to lift all displays, though, and even mid-range devices now have really solid panels to work with. The 5.5-inch IPS LCD on the ZenFone 2 doesn't have amazingly-high pixel density, superb contrast or a wide brightness range, but it really serves its purpose on a phone like this. The 1920x1080 resolution works out to an acceptable 403 ppi, which unless you're looking too hard will give you sharp lines on text and images, and has the upside of not taxing the GPU as hard as a QHD panel would. The ZenFone 2 ships with a "balance" color setting enabled that offers accurate colors without too much extra punch, but if you want a bit more out of the display you can hop into the display settings and choose a reading, vivid or custom mode instead — I personally liked the balance of the default look. I can easily live with the display in daily use despite the fact that its a step below something like the Galaxy S6, and the little things like viewing angles, display lamination and touch response were all well above my expectations. The one point where the ZenFone 2's display comes up unnecessarily short is in brightness range, where it gets a bit washed out at its highest brightness — which still isn't all that bright — but just as importantly doesn't get dim enough in dark environments. Not being able to always use your phone late at night because it's just too darn bright for your eyes is annoying — and I'd say it's just as important as not being able to see the phone outside in all situations. The speaker, which can be found in a strip along the bottom of the back of the phone, has the same feel to it. It's quite large and can get pretty loud, but the sound is hollow and really best suited to YouTube videos and podcasts or spoken word radio. It failed my standard test of cranking up the volume on my bathroom counter and making a podcast audible while I was in the shower, which is something that not all phones can handle but is a good line for measuring both loudness and clarity. While the curved back of the phone helps give it a bit of room to breathe when the phone is on a table, the best experience is unfortunately to have it face-down on a surface, which is hard for us to recommend you do.Whether unfairly or not ASUS, isn't often mentioned when it comes to brilliant software design or features — but I actually ended up liking the software setup on the ZenFone 2 more than I expected to going in. This is a pretty familiar "ZenUI" experience if you've ever used an ASUS tablet or phone before, with Android 5.0 Lollipop as a base.The customizations made here fit in pretty well with the basic Material Design principles, and the interface doesn't stand out dramatically from third-party apps that have been made to fit with Lollipop. The whole interface is filled with plenty of whites, greys and simple colors backed up by shadows — a lot of what you expect to see in Android 5.0. The lockscreen and settings are surprisingly minimal and simple to deal with, cutting back on useless animations. Unfortunately the ASUS keyboard and ZenUI launcher are actually two of the biggest non-Lollipop offenders that stand out from the rest of the system, and I really couldn't deal with either one knowing that there are better-looking options out there. I went with my standard choices of Google Keyboard and the Google Now Launcher, which really fit in nicely with the phone. The interface isn't an issue — but the vast number of pre-installed apps are. Beyond the regular interface, which isn't "stock" but is still quite enjoyable to use, the biggest issue with the ZenFone 2's software experience is the vast number of pre-installed apps and services that are littered all over the phone. The first portion of the issue is that a large number of the system utilities and basic items all get their own apps in the drawer — things like AudioWizard, Flashlight, Kids Mode, Mirror, Setup Wizard, ZenCircle, WebStorage and others really don't need app icons, they need to just be accessible in the settings. Thankfully ASUS takes the wonderful approach of putting most of its own apps in the Play Store so that they're easily updated without a full system OTA. Many of them can be completely uninstalled rather than disabled, saving you space on your phone, and it also means ASUS could've (and should've) chosen to just not install them in the first place and let you decide what you want. The other — and considerably more annoying — part of the equation is the expanse of trial apps, utilities and virus scanners pre-installed on the phone. Apps like Clean Master and Dr. Safety are pre-installed and automatically "scanning" for "threats" on your phone, and they're paired up with pre-installed chat apps, game trials and other questionably-desirable content in an "Apps4U" folder. Thankfully a vast majority of these apps can be uninstalled, but I still wish they weren't there in the first place.Once you've taken the time to clean up everything that's pre-installed, the ZenFone 2 performs quite exceptionally, as you would expect with so much CPU power and RAM to work with. Apps launch quickly and perform well, and I never experienced any app crashes or funky behavior. I also didn't find any app compatibility problems with the Intel processor, which we really need to give up on worrying about — the phone worked just as well as an ARM-powered device with similar power. Great battery life isn't a given at any price point, even with the most expensive of devices, but the ZenFone 2's 3000mAh battery performs quite admirably. While Intel and mobile together historically haven't been a recipe for great battery life, the quad-core Atom chip on-hand doesn't suck down power at an alarming rate. Neither does the display, which runs at a relatively sane 1920x1080 resolution and doesn't have an amazing brightness level. Together with a large battery I had no problem going through an entire day with plenty of battery left to spare. My phones are all set to sync and notify me of every email, social network, news story and update from several accounts, while I spend most of my time on Wifi and use the phone for bits of prolonged podcast and music listening throughout the day. Even after a full 17 hour day (registering somewhere between two and three hours of screen use) I regularly had 30 percent or more battery left, which is quite superb. When I needed to fire up the mobile hotspot for a while or take a ton of pictures the battery didn't seem to drop too considerably either, which is also important. I never once worried about battery life on the ZenFone 2, which just can't be said for every phone out there today. And while there are battery-saving customization options and an "ultra-saving mode," I didn't find any of it necessary to get what I needed out of the 3000mAh battery. Plenty of imaging capability with a less-than-stellar software experience ASUS ZenFone 2 Camera Having an inexpensive phone means walking a line between affordability and quality, with the camera experience often being thrown under the bus. Camera hardware itself may be relatively cheap, but the software to make it run right takes a lot of time and money to make, and the proper licenses to process image data aren't cheap to acquire, either. This is a very run-of-the-mill 13MP camera, with a standard set of software and features to match. The 13MP sensor on the ZenFone 2 is just a camera — it has no fancy laser focus, phase detection, or optical image stabilization in support. In terms of interface the camera experience is pretty standard as well, with some lackluster design and a handful of buttons that do what you expect them to — the one exception being a full manual mode where you get lots of granular control over the camera settings. There's also an absolutely massive scrolling list of general camera settings, which was enough to have me confused and closing them right away. With a tap of a button you can switch between 17 (yes, seventeen! ) different shooting modes, though the basic Auto, HDR, Depth of Field and Low Light (which apparently is different from Night) are the only ones likely to be used by most people. There are other crazy modes like "Time Rewind" and "Smart Remove," but thankfully you don't have to deal with 'em if you don't want to. Auto mode works quite well, but unfortunately there's no auto-switching available to let the camera move to a macro, HDR or night mode automatically — the best you'll get is a suggestion and a button to manually toggle modes. I was actually surprised by the quality of photos I could get out of the ZenFone 2 considering its price and somewhat lackluster camera specs. Still shots outside in a variety of lighting conditions were good, and while they didn't offer much of the punchy colors and contrast I see out of higher-end phones, they were quite acceptable. Having to manually switch to HDR is something I got annoyed with quickly after being spoiled by auto-HDR on other phones, but when you did switch the results were pretty good. Low light photography wasn't great considering the lack of OIS, but because there's a relatively bright f/2.0 aperture available you could get some decent shots if you really kept your hand steady. I didn't notice either Low Light or Night modes producing anything much better than the auto mode, with any of the three giving somewhat-noisy shots with a little bit too much over-sharpening to try and smooth them out.While images seemed to hold up well despite the lack of OIS, video takes a bit of a hit in quality due to the lack of physical stabilization (electronic image stabilization never proves to be a direct replacement). There's a video setting to choose between "performance" and "quality" also, which is odd since I don't think you should have to choose between those two. Particularly considering the ZenFone 2 can only handle 1920x1080 video, rather than the 4K you see in many phones nowadays. You can take good photos in a variety of situations, but it takes a little work and isn't particularly fast to do it. The one major issue with the ZenFone 2's camera is speed, where it really seems to just chug along on some of the most basic tasks. While it doesn't seem that there's much shutter lag between pressing the capture button and taking a photo, there's considerable processing time between when you take a shot and when the viewfinder comes back up and you can review your photo or take another. It gives the impression that there is going to be a shutter lag, and it lowers your confidence that you can get a shot in an instance. I also noticed that after a week of use the camera lens on my ZenFone 2 picked up a few scratches, which was a little unsettling. The camera doesn't bulge out dramatically from the back of the phone but it isn't exactly protected either, and it's bothering to see scratches after just a week with no particularly rough use.For a maximum of $299 you're getting an unlocked phone with nearly-flagship specs and a really good software experience, along with a camera that can take solid photos you won't have any problem posting to social networks. While the hardware may not be up to speed with others in looks or feel, you'll probably be okay with it when you realize you just saved $300 (or more) compared to one of the latest high-end devices. If you're looking for a larger phone and don't need to have the absolute bleeding edge in every single aspect of the one you pick, looking instead at the price tag and value, the ZenFone 2 is here for your consideration — and it's a good choice. Omg, this phone has so many irritating things that go wrong right out of the box. I'm texting and the entire message disappears and goes back to the home screen and you have to start over, whether it's a few words or longer text. I often use Google maps from their navigation, every time it disappears and I'll look down and I've passed my desired destination because I didn't know it shut off. That has made me late quite allot. The internal memory is a joke. Heaven forbid you like more then 2 apps. It's full after that. I go to my contacts and it shows empty or only numbers with no names or information. Same with texts, it shows empty. Like everything was deleted. Then shows back up suddenly. Put it this way, the only good thing about this phone is the camera, period. Iv got a Asus tablet and they need to sort the bloat out they are the worst offenders. My tablet no kidding has got about 25 Asus bloat apps and you can't uninstall them. Posted via the Android Central App My phone has been lagging really bad, sometimes unresponsive. I wanted to see what advice I could come up with. Till I spotted that new ASUS phone I came close to pitching this one. Lots of neat new gadgets since this Droid razrm. I have to try to get this one fixed though. This phone will only last 2 years,.. when the battery dies. What a s**t investment. If Asus made the batteries for this phone swappable, it'd be the best phone, ever. The non removable battery in the Zenfone 2 is what's REALLY putting me off buying it. Seriously,. spend £240 and only get 2 or 3 years (max') out of it? Frankly, that's criminal. If Asus make a Zenfone 3 with a removable battery and similar specs, I'm sold. For now though, I'm not going anywhere near the Zenfone 2, regardless of its killer specs; a non removable battery is the Zenfone 2's biggest let-down. BUYERS BEWARE I bought an asus zenfone-2 couple of months back, from the first day it was having several issues like call drops, recurrent freezing, reboot on its own. One day the phone suddenly stopped getting charged so I decided to go to asus repair centre… Though I was busy that day I was forced to stay back because they wanted to make sure there is no customer induced damage and they told me it was supposed to be done in front of customer, so they removed the back cover, opened up the back panel in front of me and had an extensive examination in front of me, and then they said that since there is no customer induced damage it is covered under warranty, then they took out a printed charge sheet wrote their inspection and diagnosis and signed it and gave it to me,(RMA NO – INYM580128) and I was promised it will be repaired soon. For one week the phone was in their custody and after one week they suddenly called me up and told me phone has suffered water damage, so warranty will not be given, I was dumbstruck to hear this and then I went to the repair centre and they opened the back panel again and the inside was splashed with water, seems like something done purposefully, and when I told him this was not the condition when you opened it in front of me at the time of submission. The guy got angry and retorted “ I don’t know anything, just take away your phone from here, I don’t have any responsibility ” I was taken aback by the reply and to be frank I was a bit scared. I just ran away from there called up the customer service and explained everything in detail, but even they are not ready to acknowledge their mistake and was telling me to pay up. WHAT ABOUT THE CHARGESHEET GIVEN TO ME AFTER OPENING AND EXAMINING THE BACK PANEL AND BACK COVER RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME, IT WAS GIVEN AFTER THOROUGH EXAMINATION AND THERE WAS NO TRACE OF ANY WATER DAMAGE, AND AFTER ONE WEEK IN THEIR CUSTODY THE INSIDE HAS BEEN SPLASHED WITH WATER. IF THEY COULD ATLEAST GIVE THE PHONE BACK IN THE CONDITION IN WHICH I GAVE THEM I WOULD HAVE REPAIRED IT FROM OTHER CENTRE BUT I JUST DON’T KNOW WHAT HAVE THEY DONE WITH THAT PHONE, THE INSIDE HAS BEEN SPLASHED WITH WATER, I DON’T KNOW WHETHER IT IS PURPOSEFUL OR ACCIDENTAL. ANYWAY I LOST MY MONEY AND MY PHONE AND DEFINITELY I DON’T TRUST THESE ASUS PEOPLE ANYMORE. I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT NO ONE ELSE WILL FALL PREY TO THIS COMPANY’S PRODUCTS AND IRRESPONSIBLE SERVICE. I disagree and counter that the CONS you listed are easily debatable or flat-out incorrect. The speaker is louder than anything its size and almost as loud as my padfone x mini in its tablet. The AudioWizard software does an incredible job of recognizing every type of audio output scenario, and I have not had it miss once by leaving it on Smart Mode. The buttons were moved off of the sides of the phone FINALLY so we can actually hold it without constantly toggling volume and/or power. This also prevents having to use giant bezels instead. I don't know what feels flimsy or cheap about a phone that weighs as much as this phone does. it's a brick with rounded corners! I agree that there are too many ASUS apps, but there is a higher ratio of stock apps I actually use than any phone I've ever owned. PC link is meh, Share Link is sweet, Mobile Manager does a great job of matching data usage with the carrier (at least on T-Mobile). Also, if you still want to get OTAs then you can't delete or modify system apps at all. You'll have to rely on freezing them only. But really it sounds like you're hanging off the edge of "flagship" tower holding on by one finger because you can't deal with the reality that Samsung and HTC have made decisions to become garbage dealers. Antutu doesn't have the coding to even test 64-bit devices, but somehow Samsung's S6 is on the list with points it derived from the 64-bit architecture...... that should tell you something.....like how they distribute their advertising budget. When you count the TRUE 64-BIT OS and HYPER-THREADING there's nothing remotely close to it on the market. PERIOD! ...but it's OK if you wanna be in the "I'm too cool for MS products" crowd... just know you have what's called cognitive dissonance; not denial. Actually, there are quite a few people that would flip a 600 dollar phone for a 300 with all the capabilities. I say all because ive owned the htc one m9 s6 and currently have the zenfone 2 with lg g4. Unless, you love telling yourself that your phone is running on octa core power, theres nothing about those phones that outperform the zenfone. I tried to see it. A ran three graphic heavy games in memory at the same time, along with 19 other applications. The phones doesnt stumble. Id pop in and out of games in midplay and they didnt ever reload. Not to mention, the gpu handles every game as well as the well known smartphones. Htc does well with performance, but overheats. The s6 was terrible at ram management. And actually couldnt even stream certain video clips where my g4 and zenfone can. Im chalking it up to a defective unit but ive read the ram management problem is very real. Bottom line is real performance, not synthetic, is equal to all those devices. The only drawback if you love camera performance is the softness of zenfones imagery. Its pretty good in daylight shots but doesnt keep with the s6 or lg g4 at night. But, the low light option is pretty neat. If you read cnets review, they actually give the low light performance the nod over both the iphone 6 and s6. Surprising. Loving the Zenfone 2! Plenty snappy for me, nice big screen, and the same price as a MotoG here (I bought the 16gb, 2mb ram version) Extremely pleased with it. Sounds like a great phone for the price. I just can't see paying $600-$800 unless I receive a large gift. Even year old phones are more than this. An s5 with only 2gb ram and 16GB storage is $400 or more. Would also make a good phone my teen. Not going to be pushing limits gaming but wants lots of app space. I'd put Nova Launcher on it and hide the bloatware in different area. I was willing to buy this phone in the Netherlands but couldn't. Only using parcel forward services in France or Italy, or pay too much buying on ebay. The confusion about models with same model number and different specs wasn't helping either. Went for the Note 4 and never looked back. Oh and one more thing. My phone came with a flip cover and I don't like them at all. So I ordered two different tpu cases. The one I settled on was the Nilkin super thin and it's almost like not having a case at all whilst retaining the original look and increasing grip. I bought two just in case it starts to yellow as some clear tpu cases do. Andrew, I've had the 4GB 32gb version Z3580 for a month and been reading most of the reviews. There are several things that need to be pointed out that almost all the reviews neglect. This is a dual-sim full active phone with 4gb of ram, flagship internals, an sd slot and worldwide lte and 3g frequencies for $299. There is no other phone that can match it right now, period. Even the Chinese superphones from Xiaomi, One Plus, Meizu etc simply don't offer these specs and features regardless of price. Equivalent phones from Samsung, LG, HTC etc are around $800 and for what exactly? QHD? No thanks, totally unnecessary on a 5.5" phone. Glass or metal type construction? No thanks, I'll stick with plastic instead of trembling every time I drop it. Thinness? This is where the phone shines in my opinion and Asus have a very good explanation for the placement of the power button which I appreciate as a user. The back of the phone is indeed 10.9mm but the sides are 3.9mm. It "feels" thin and since it's the sides of any phone that we're basically holding it IS thin. In order to achieve that feel they dispensed with any side buttons hence the placement of the power and volume buttons. I never, ever reach for the power button because the tap to wake and sleep does the job. So before anyone compares the Zenfone 2 to more mainstream phones they should look at the type of phones first and what those phones don't offer rather than the flaws in the Zenfone 2. You people are getting ridiculous with the pixel densities you are expecting. You consider OVER 400PPI to be low? You folks are freaking insane. 1080p is sufficient for a freaking television, let alone a 5.5" LCD panel. Let's just waste money and performance pushing WAY more pixels than any phone will EVER need. I own htc desire 820 now thinking to buy this fone but i m fonfused to go for it or wait another 6 months for its successor. I expect it will come with smaller screen size or a smaller physical size like lg g series. Qhd screen,16-20 mp camers with ois and ddr 4 ram and an octa core processor Just brought home my silver 64GB ZenFone2. It's a beautiful upgrade from my Nexus 4 but, man I'm lost with all the apps that come with this phone. I can't uninstall a bunch of them. The ASUS launcher isn't that bad, but even on my Nexus 4 I wasn't using the Google Now launcher... I was just using the default launcher called "Launcher" and I wish I could go back to that. I'm wondering if I can root it and do an OTA install... that would at least give me a fresh Android Lollipop experience without any ASUS apps, right? Oh and it comes with Lollipop 5.0. When I click on "check updates", it doesn't find any. No, an OTA install would come from ASUS and have the exact same software load that the phone has out of the box. And why would you have to root it to restore the original software? One thing though, it's not always possible to find the OTA installer for ASUS devices. ASUS doesn't always post them. Ok thanks, good to know. I thought I would be able to get Lollipop directly from Google without the ASUS stuff, my bad. I might be confusing my terminologies... I see people referring to OTA builds as "received from the carrier", and other articles talk about downloading the OTA build, and rooting your phone to apply it. When I upgraded my Nexus 4 to Lollipop, I didn't want to wait so I downloaded the file, rooted the phone, and upgraded it. I love the color! Not since my Sony flip phone have I been able to get anything close,EXCEPT my current Evo 4g LTE which does have a red stripe! I'm very tempted though,but I should be able to get a M8 for free in about six months. So maybe I'll paint it red instead (-: Posted via the Android Central App, HTC Evo 4g LTE ,on Sprint Great review. As to the phone itself, I guess I was looking for something more high end. I'm a PC gamer and I happily pay a bit of a premium for ASUS components because they are so good. I was therefore expecting a top-tier device here (which shows I don't know much about the mobile market). Oh well...I'll just drool over the G4 some more until my contract expires. That's the comparison I'm looking for too. I have a G3 but am tired of the excessive heat this thing generates. I do think the G3 would have a better camera, but otherwise the Zenfone 2 looks like a good competitor. Posted via the Android Central App That looks like a nice device for the price! I wonder if we'll see more smartphones from Asus. I'm really surprised they haven't done more with phones since they've done a lot with tablets. Posted via the Android Central App There are very few complaints one could have regarding this device. $300 is a steal. It's the perfect backup or media device. Slap on your preferred launcher and you've got a nice phone, upper mid range phone. I was one of the lucky ones and it was so nice to meet Phil and my new phone is working just great. One question I am not seeing a LTE symbol is there something I need to do, calls were great even on the train going home. Not necessarily. "4G" was a marketing gimmick provided by TMO to show you are on HSPA+ networks. LTE will give you a dedicated LTE logo. It was the lesser of lies that TMO fed me with my now discontinued, and unsupported Nokia Lumia 810. Flopped harder than the Snapdragon 810. What the phone shows you in the display really is up to the manufacturer or the programmer decides to show you for a given band. ASUS could show anything they want for when you connect to an LTE band. Might be "4G", might be"LTE", could be "L" or might even be "Bob" if they wanted. So don't assume that there is some sort of standard there and that what the phone shows you can be relied upon to be technically accurate. Manufacturers and carriers will probably continue to play marketing games when it comes to what is show when you are connected to LTE bands. Two different phones on the same LTE band may show "LTE" and "4G" making some people believe they are on different bands from one another. My old T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 would show "4G" when connected to HSPA+ bands. But when I rooted the phone and tried some custom ROMs on it (so it no longer had any T-Mobile influenced coding) connecting to those same HSPA+ bands would now show "H+" in the notification area. Same bands, different display. Worthy contender at the price point but the capacitive buttons would be a permanent annoyance and they don't even light up. The battery life is impressive. A case can mitigate the in hand feel and help with the seemingly fragile camera lens. Probably as good as you can get for half of a flagship device. Posted from my Nexus 7 2013 via Android Central App First year of updates is a given... maybe to the point of taking for granted. Let's see how Asus deals with updates down the road. That's where a lot of makers fall short. The idea is you use the "main" slot for your primary SIM that you want to use data on, and the second SIM is for calling/texting. For the most part I don't think many people in the US and Canada care about Dual SIM functionality — highly doubt this'll be an issue. Just put your SIM in it, and you'll be fine. Nothing to do... Just keep in mind that this uses a Micro SIM — I got a Nano SIM to fit in there eventually, but it's tough. Hi Andrew, You're most likely correct for the NA market but not so outside. Here in New Zealand I want me next phone to have dual SIM with 3G and LTE on both. I realize you can gave 3G and LTE active on both SIMs at the same time but being able to switch from one to the other as you can on the Moto G is a bonus. Here only 2 of the 4 carriers have any 2G and that's pretty patchy outside the metro areas. 3G and LTE rules. I got my Zen fone 2 today at the event , I'll be trying out the dual sim feature in have an at t work sim that I mostly only use for calls Posted via the Android Central App I'd use dual Sims for business. Use one number for business, the other for personal, that way I don't have to carry two phones. Of course, with Google voice, this isn't very necessary anymore. I had similar problem going from Nexus 4 to this. I picked it up in Hong Kong a month ago, bit more awkward to hold BUT ! love the huge screen and the battery life a revolution to me after the N4. Asus on the ball with firmware updates too. Seems like a nice deal for the money - but I would not trust Asus on SW updates or product support. My Asus Memo Pad FHD 10 LTE is still on 4.2.2. Unless its thru Google I wont be buying Asus. A few questions: How many crapware apps cannot be un-installed (I'm talking about things not made by Asus) 2. What is your guess as to how good the lowest end model is? (ZE500CL) It should be fine since its 720p screen should take up even less battery. The counter/shower test should be a new standard metric that should be in every AC review because who doesn't do this. I had a Nexus 7(2012) that failed miserably, my Moto X(1st Gen) does pretty good, and my Fire HDX(2014) passes with flying colors. :) The Zenfone 2 is a fair bit heavier and thicker than the Idol 3. The Idol 3's performance is lesser than the ZF2, but doesn't look too far from the $200, 2GB model. Front-facing speakers and a bit better battery endurance on the Idol 3. Capacitive buttons on the ZF2 (could be a positive or negative to you). Quick-charging on the top ZF2. Way more bloat on the ZF2, though much of it is removable. One big possible difference is the Intel processor in the ZF2 vs. the Snapdragon processor in the Idol 3. Historically, Intel's chips aren't supported as well in the mobile community (some apps might not work, mods choices are slim, etc.). But Asus seems committed to making a dent in the cellphone market, and you have to think Intel is equally committed. this phone seems like it has an identity crisis. wanted to be different, but not too different. wanted to be high end, but not too high end, big but not too big etc. etc. for the price, there's not many bad things to say, I just wished they chose a clear direction and ran with it. any phone with a lot of bloat is off my list, they really shoot themselves in the foot and think short term. they make money through deals with preinstalled apps, but they lose costumers. Posted via the Android Central App Nice review as always Andrew. I was at the show today thanks to AC and mobile nations. Had a great time and in a few mins I'll be playing with this new phone. It won't be my daily driver, but it looks to be a nice back up for me. Posted via the Android Central App I was there, as well (thanks, again, AC, for picking me; had a blast! ), and am having fun playing with the phone. Will carry it for a while to give it a workout. Posted via my Asus ZenFone 2 via the Android Central App You get a lot for the buck/bang. It's a better deal than even the Alcatel Idol 3. I already pre ordered the i3 when it was 199, but $100 more for all that extra sounds like a good deal..But only buying the i3 as an emergency backup for those "just in case" moments for the fam. Don't know if we need all the extra for a phone that is only going to be used for backup times. But if I were into lower end phones as a daily driver, I'd definitely consider buying this. What if the word "NEWS" on the AC widget actually linked to the main "News" page?? Mind. Blown. 1080p according to the specs page on BHPhoto for the 16GB version. Also comes with the BoostMaster adapter. http://www.bhphotovideo. com/c/product/1134352-REG/asus_ze551ml_18_2g16gn... Hope someone compares the performance of the 16GB versus the 64GB soon. It would be interesting to see how much slower the 16GB may be. $199 may be quite the bargain if performance doesn't suffer too much. Officially the BoostMaster charger is only supposed to ship with the higher-end 64GB model. I wouldn't trust a listing that says otherwise until we see low-end models shipping with the fast charger. I may pick one of these up if I can find the price listed for $299 soon. So far as mentioned above all I see is nearly double that for the 4GB RAM 64GB storage models. Raghava Raman Hey, I jus want to ask u a couple of questions. One did u try any other camera apps apart from the stock? 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Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service by O’Connor ( private ) 2015-05-29 12:56:07 GMT Games load quickly and perform very nicely. I played a handful of games, including very recent ones such as Mortal Kombat X, and never noticed any stuttering or performance glitches at all. It handled everything I could throw at it with ease. 11 of 12 people found this review helpful. Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service by paul ( private ) 2015-04-25 09:01:58 GMT The screen is a high quality and very easy to see. The quality is crystal clear. I probably should write a lot on this sections, but just look at the specifications and compare it to other phones on the market. It performs as promised. 11 of 12 people found this review helpful. Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service by Hobbes ( private ) 2015-05-12 10:59:02 GMT Call quality with the phone has been good. People haven't reported any issues in hearing me clearly and, while the volume level seems a little lower than on other phones, I haven't had any real issues either. 10 of 12 people found this review helpful. Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service by SERGEI ( private ) 2015-05-31 00:59:57 GMT I've been using this phone for a day now, and so far I've been thoroughly impressed with its speed.I find it incredible how Asus achieved this miracle of technology, marrying blazing performance with a mind boggling price. I cannot think of another phone that matches its display and performance at this price point. Buy it and you won't regret it. 9 of 10 people found this review helpful. Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service by Yale ( private ) 2015-05-03 03:58:35 GMT This phone is a solid phone. It runs smooth and fast. It's a little bigger than I was expecting, and this is wider and taller than my old phone. The screen is a good quality, and looks sharp. The phone is a little plasticy, but at this price point it's not to bad. Only issue is It does feel a little slick in your hand. Overall, I'm happy with the purchase, but I'm debating returning the phone. 9 of 10 people found this review helpful. Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service exelente celular muy bueno by tvfelix ( US ) 2015-11-02 19:29:16 GMT muy buen funcionamiento muy rapido en sistema opeativo buenas calidad en fotos lo malo dura poco la bateria y no funciona el 4g de telcel 3g perfecto muy rapido,,lo recomiendo esta exelente.. 6 of 6 people found this review helpful. Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service ASUS ZENFONE 2 by arelav ( RU ) 2015-10-03 15:17:37 GMT Наконец я получил совой долгожданный телефон, после 2 дней эксплуатации, понял что-то в нем не то...и работает он не так шустро, да и АКБ разряжается за один день интенсивного использования. Камера тоже показала себя не лучшей стороны... снимки не совсем резкие, четкие, не обновлялся по воздуху.Ну, а в остальном все было хорошо. После установки новой прошивки, телефон изменился до не узнаваемости....Стал более шустрым, снимки с камеры стали более четкими, АКБ стал держать 2 дня интенсивного использования и 3 дня если используешь его умеренно, а вот обновления по воздуху так и не приходят, приходится обновляться самостоятельно, скачивая прошивки с официального сайта. Сейчас в телефоне души не чаю, так он мне нравится.... слов нет. Большое спасибо магазину и продавцам! 5 of 5 people found this review helpful. Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service Отличный аппарат, особенно если не полениться и перепрошить на кастрированную версию андроида без вс... by Dislucky ( RU ) 2015-08-14 16:17:21 GMT Отличный аппарат, особенно если не полениться и перепрошить на кастрированную версию андроида без всяких дурацких украшений, свистков, бантиков и рюшечек. 4 Гб оперативы - это то, что надо. 5 of 5 people found this review helpful. Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service Très bon téléphone by Louis ( MQ ) 2015-07-27 19:41:14 GMT Je recherchais un téléphone de qualité, puissant mais pas trop cher. Le Zen force 2 remplit ces critères. J'ai été très surpris par la qualité des photos et des vidéos. Vraiment,je ne regrette pas l'avoir acheté. 3 of 3 people found this review helpful. Overall Price Easy Of Use Build Quality Usefulness Customer Service Excelente by Enrique ( ES ) 2016-02-25 16:40:45 GMT Todo excelente. El envío en 3 días, el móvil impresionante para su precio. Ya hace una semana que lo tengo y le doy un uso "aceptable" (ni tanto ni tan calvo), me dura la batería día y medio y en todo momento trabaja con una respuesta inmediata. Ahora a buscar una funda con la que pueda usar las funciones que tiene para sus fundas oficiales (cuando tenga tiempo de estudiarlo, claro). 1 of 1 people found this review helpful.


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Wire Transfer For orders more than $500, please contact us and provide us with the following information: your order number, the total amount paid, and the exact date of the wire transfer. Yandex Яндекс.Деньги Вы можете заплатить из кошелька в Яндекс. Деньгах или с привязаннойк нему карты. Комиссии нет. QIWI 1) Выберите страну, где был открыт ваш счет 2) Введите номер вашего QIWI кошелька 3) Введите номер, ваш пароль и нажмите на кнопку оплаты 4) Нажмите на “оплатить с QIWI”, Вы будете перенаправлены на страницу с деталями платежа через QIWI 5) Введите номер ваш пароль и нажмите на кнопку оплаты 6) Ваш платеж будет обработан 7) Вы будете направлены на страницу с деталями заказа для подтверждения Вы будете перенаправлены на сайт QIWI, чтобы произвести оплату с вашего QIWI Wallet. Does TOMTOP check the products before shipping them to me? Yes, for sure. We have a professional Quality Control team. They will check carefully for each item we received from suppliers and manufacturers to avoid sending defective goods to our customers. If a item is found defective in our QC test, it will be returned to the supplier / factory. So please don't worry about receiving a defective item because we are committed to being a trustworthy and reliable seller on international on-line shopping market. 2.Are Products Guaranteed / Is There A Warranty? Yes, everything you buy from TOMTOP has a guarantee of quality and will exactly match the description on the website. Factories that supply TOMTOP are strictly evaluated by us, and we provide you an even better reassurance of consistent high quality thanks to our in-house QC team. We double-check the contents of all orders carefully before dispatch to our customers. You can be confident about ordering from TOMTOP just as much as any western retailer. How long dose it take to have my orders shipped after the payment is made? Processing time 1-2 business days normally: During this period, we do strict quality-control tests and get the items carefully packed. 2.Sometimes the item in your order is really a hot seller and it may be just sold out at that time. It will take us 1-2 more days to get it available in stock again. In this case, The processing time will be 3 business days. If you don’t receive any shipping confirming over three days after the payment is made, please kindly contact our customer service . They will check for you. What should I do if my items arrived damaged? Rarely, rough handling by the courier can lead to physical damage to your goods, e.g. broken screen. If this has happened, please follow these steps: If possible, raise a complaint directly with the delivery representative of the courier company before you sign for the goods. They will advise you on the complaint procedure. If you already signed for the packet, take photos showing the damage and contact the local office of the courier/delivery company to complain. They will have a complaining procedure which will enable you to get compensation. Next, contact TOMTOP immediately with your order number and a full description / pictures of the broken item issue. We will contact the courier company from our end. Once the courier company confirms that the case is valid, they will compensate TOMTOP, and we will pass on this compensation to you. The compensation varies from case to case and is different for each delivery company. In some cases you will need to pay to post the broken item back to TOMTOP in order for us to send out a new piece. What should I do if my products go broken after a period of use? If you encounter quality issues within the warranty period, you can ask for us. Every product has a specific warranty period(If it is not stated in the product listing, contact us). In this case, please kindly provide us with proof as below: The photos of original TOMTOP package with front and back sides The photos or video of the defective item(s) The photos, video or screenshot showing the malfunction of the defective item(s) We will usually offer you a refund or send a replacement as soon as the problem is confirmed. Sometimes you may need to ship the defective item back to us for free repair service or a new replacement. Customer should cover the return shipping fee, and TOMTOP is responsible for the shipping costs of arranging reshipment by air mail. Overall: Usefulness: Shipping: Price: Quality: By y***i October 30, 2015 The ZF2 is one of many Android devices that I have owned, though it's also one of the cheapest Android phones I have ever purchased.Its price is my favorite aspect, and I imagine other buyers were also attracted to it. Is this helpful? () () Overall: Usefulness: Shipping: Price: Quality: By t***a October 30, 2015 I love the phone i just hate that the sim card shifts a lot and it says no sim card and it takes a while to get it fixed but i will get another sim to see if it changes other than that i love this phone Is this helpful? () () Overall: Usefulness: Shipping: Price: Quality: By r***s October 29, 2015 Bought this as a gift for my son. He loves it. A powerful package at a very reasonable price Is this helpful? () () Overall: Usefulness: Shipping: Price: Quality: By y***a October 28, 2015 Almost 3 months and so far it has been incredible! Battery performance, camera quality... overall it is really good. Is this helpful? () () Overall: Usefulness: Shipping: Price: Quality: By j***n October 26, 2015 Great phone. Just purchased for my wife. I have the 64GB model. She likes it. A little different that the LG D415. Good value for the money Is this helpful? () () Overall: Usefulness: Shipping: Price: Quality: By D***l October 19, 2015 Love the ZenFone 2! I use mine for my mobile pentesting business and it out performs any other phone on the market. Is this helpful? () () Overall: Usefulness: Shipping: Price: Quality: By j***y September 19, 2015 Got the mobile. Nice package,perfect product. My computer is also ASUS,used it for 2 years. Now my mobile become the partner with it.Excellent. Is this helpful? () () Overall: Usefulness: Shipping: Price: Quality: By v***r September 19, 2015 Bought it for my sister. She is surprise of it !haha,this mobile gets good specification good design and good price. It shipped from china so cost a little long time.It's ok the seller provided nice service. Is this helpful? () () Overall: Usefulness: Shipping: Price: Quality: By d***f September 18, 2015 I have to say Intel CPU will help Asus to become more and more popular. It can operate fast and not be easily shocked. Is this helpful? () ()


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