Friday, May 11, 2018

Asus zenfone max pro m1 full review

Asus zenfone max pro m1 full review

Asus has launched it's another model as zenfone max pro m1 in the indian market. It is also known as Redmi note 5 pro killer for its design and performace in this price range. It was launced in april 2018. Read this full article for zenfone max pro m1 full review and if it is worth to buy this smartphone.
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  • 5000 mAh battery
  • stock android
  • Value for money


  • Slow fingerprint scanner
  • poor front camera
Looking at the success of Redmi note 5 pro, Asus came with their new model  zenfone max pro m1 to take on these competitiors. In this article you will get the complete review and full specification of the smartphone.


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Asus recently launched it's model at starting price of Rs.10,999/-  The starting variant with RAM 3GB and 32GB storage will cost you around 10,999 and another variant with 4GB Ram and 64GB storage will cost you around Rs.12,999  It will be a great competitor for Redmi note 5 pro in the market. It is also announced that a 6GB variant will also come in the month of june with better camera features.


  • Weight- 180g
  • Dimension- 159Χ76X8.61mm
  • OS- Android 8.1 Oreo
  • Screen Size- 5.99 inch
  • Resolution- 2160x1080 pixels, 18:9 ratio
  • CPU- Snapdragon 636
  • Ram- 3GB/4GB
  • Storage- 32GB/64GB
  • Battery- 5000 mAh
  • Rear Camera- 13+5 mp
  • Front camera- 8 MP


Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 (Grey, 64 GB)
It has a very good quality 5.99 inch Full HD+ IPS lcd panel. The display quality is very good for the price segment with compared to other smartphones. Thanks to 18:9 ratio, it look brilliant compared to others. Overally screen quality is praiseworthy. Brightness and colour accuracy are some of it's plus points. Interacting with the display feels nice and somewhat premium. It doesn't have any gorilla glass protection or an aleophobic coating but it has 2.5D arc glass layered in the screen.


One of the key highlight of the phone is battery performance. It has a massive 5000 mAh battery inside. Despite of having massive battery it weight is just 180g. It will easily last for 2 days. Despite of having such a big battery, it lacks the fast charger.


The Asus zenfone max pro m1 runs with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. For the first time, Asus decided to ditch ZenUI in favour of a stock android experience.


The asus  zenfone max pro m1 comes with snapdragon 636 Chipset. It is having 3GB and 4GB ram options having 32GB and  64GB storage respectively. They are basically best you can expect from a mid range phone.


Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 (Grey, 64 GB)
The zenfone max pro m1 features a dual camera setup on the rear. It comes with 13mp+5mp and front camera comes with 8mp setup.


The camera performs well in daylight and captures good photos. Sometimes I felt that colors are bit oversaturated and warm. But the overall experience is great. HDR also works good. Here are the samples you can check.Indoor performance depends on the light. If the light is good, shots turn out to be good. In low light, the phone’s camera performs average and there is nothing to worry at the price segment. Photo quality depends on light around and photos lack details.  The front camera performs well but it is not as good as in Redmi note 5 Pro or Zenfone 4 Selfie. In low-light, the front camera struggles. Even if we have front flash to help in low light, photos taken in low light come out to be average.


Asus zenfone max pro m1 is undoubtedly good value for money starting Rs.10,999. Redmi note 5 pro is the direct competitior here and considering xiaomi is still not able to keep with the current demand. This phone gets a thumbsup from our side. you are getting a good phone with large capacity battery in this price segment.


  • Display- 9/10
  • Camera- 8/10
  • Design- 8/10
  • Performance- 8.5/10
  • Battery- 9.5/10
  • Value for Money- 9/10
  • Overall- 9/10

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