All the smartphone manufacturers are geared up to produce their budget friendly or non-budget friendly smartphones. And now, it is Asus. Asus launched a phone in Brazil. And no, it’s not another continuation of the monotonic Zenfone series. The phone is named Asus Live. It has a plastic build and is made up of plastic. Let’s check out what else is in it for us.
The Asus Live sports a handsome 5 inch 720p display with ZenUI. Strange right? The dimensions of the phone are 144.5 x 71 x 5.2 mm and weighs only 140 grams. Apart from that the phone runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop, Mali 400 MP GPU, MediaTek MT6580 processor that runs at 1.3 GHz. Besides, it has 2 GB RAM along with 16 GB internal storage and 64 GB external expandable storage. The phone not being a member of the Zenfone family will come with some different set of apps unlike those of the Zenfone family.
The gadget is a dual camera device with a 8 MP rear camera and a 2 MP front camera. The rear camera is accompanied by a LED Flash, auto focus, panorama, HDR, image sensor and video recording at 1080p. Both the rear and front camera’s sport a PixelMaster technology.
Asus Live is a dual SIM device supporting GSM and HSPA connectivity but lacks LTE connectivity. It is GPRS and EDGE enabled. Other wireless connectivity features are Wi Fi 802.11 b/g/n, A-GPS and microUSB. The sensors on the device includes accelerometer, proximity and ambient light sensor.
It is backed up by a Li Po 2070 mAh battery. The Asus Live is priced at $210 (~Rs. 14,115.24) and has a handset name GG500TG. The Asus Live will be available in Blue, Yellow and Magenta.