The ZenFone AR comes with a pretty good camera, a nice Super AMOLED screen, Nougat, and the least offensive version of ZenUI to date. Unfortunately, it's the battery life that really drags this phone down.
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ASUS has announced that is bringing it's Zenfone AR smartphone to the UK. In fact, the company has confirmed that the device will be available to pre-order in the country starting July 21st. As for pricing, the phone will carry a tag of £799 (around $1,035).
In a press event in New Delhi, ASUS launched the ASUS ZenFone AR in India. The ZenFone AR is the first high-end Tango phone (and the second overall, after the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro) and the first phone that supports Tango and Daydream VR.
At Google I/O 2017, it was announced that the ASUS ZenFone AR with Tango would be launching on Verizon later this Summer. Google and ASUS offered a hands-on with the device, providing Phandroid the opportunity to check out what the device will be capable of once it's launched.
ASUS revealed the Zenfone AR a while back, but it's been a while since we heard anything about the device. Today at Google I/O though, it was revealed that ASUS will begin selling it sometime this summer.
ASUS has uploaded their own hands-on video of the ASUS ZenFone AR to show off its capabilities before it has been released. Just like other Tango capable devices, you're able to augment reality using its special camera and sensors in applications that are built for it.
GSMArena's time with the ASUS ZenFone AR has them believing that it's a pretty bold device, coming with a full package of VR and AR excellence combined with other great smartphone attributes such as a nice camera, fast performance, and more.
Engadget went hands-on with the ASUS ZenFone AR at CES this week and they were impressed with how the device turned out. Cramming in all of the technology for Tango and Daydream could have left it a bulky mess, but Jessica feels that ASUS did a great job at designing the phone.
Android Police went hands-on with both the ZenFone 3 Zoom and the ZenFone AR from ASUS at CES 2017. The videos don't show much, but they do give us a look at how big they are in the hand while they go over their tech specs.
We're a little less than 2 months out from CES 2017, but Asus has revealed that it will be unveiled its ZenFone AR which incorporates Google Tango augmented reality technology. No additional details are available at this time.