I have this Asus ZenFone Live L1 ZA550KL (ASUS_X00RD) that behaves in a way I've never seen before with other Android smartphones I've used.
I owned a Samsung Galaxy S3, a Motorola G4 and even an Asus ZenFone 2 in the past. All entry to intermediate level gadgets. This ASUS_X00RD seems to have...
The ASUS ZenFone 3.0 Deluxe is getting Android 8.0 Oreo starting today, ASUS confirmed in a forum post. The post specifically calls out model number ZS550KL, which is the 5.5-inch variant available from ASUS's US store.
The Asus Zenfone Max Plus (M1), which was made official by the company back in November last year, is now available for purchase in the United States. It's listed on the company's online store as well as several third party retailers' websites for $229
The ASUS ZenFone 5 Max has received certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance, confirming the device before ASUS has officially announced it. The Zenfone 5 Max will succeed last year’s huge battery-toting ZenFone 4 Max and arrive with Android 8.0 Oreo.
ASUS has been making a Chromebox since 2014, and they're announcing a new one at CES 2018. Unfortunately, details are rather limited: we know it'll run an "8th generation Intel Core processor" with an untold amount of DDR4-2400 RAM.
ASUS has been working on its custom Android skin for years, named 'ZenUI.' The fourth major version first appeared on some Zenfone 4 devices, but a few in that line were still rocking ZenUI 3. One of these was the Zenfone 4 Max,
Asus’ Zenfone Max phones allure with their huge batteries, but they tend to miss out on premium trends – like 18:9 screens. That just changed with the unveiling of the Zenfone Max Plus (M1) and its 5.7” IPS LCD screen (1,080 x 2,160px).