Asus includes another passage level telephone to its lineup – the ZenFone Live (L2). The phone showed up on the organisation’s worldwide site unannounced and appeared as though a minor redesign over a year ago’s ZenFone Live (L1).
Like its predecessor, the Live (L2) carries a 5.5-inch HD+ show with an 18:9 perspective proportion. The front highlights a 5MP selfie cam and LED streak, which underpins facial, and that is all the biometric security you get without a unique mark scanner.
You’ll get a Snapdragon 425 for the 16GB model and somewhat progressively ground-breaking Snapdragon 430 for the 32GB variation. The two adaptations will accompany 2GB RAM, and if the capacity appears to be excessively restricting, there’s microSD support for development. Around the back, the Zenfone Live (L2) highlights a 13MP f/2.0 PDAF primary camera, an optional 8MP sensor and a LED glimmer.
The battery measure is 3,000 mAh and can be best up using the dated micro USB port. Various additional items incorporate FM radio help and a 3.5 mm earphone jack. The telephone keeps running on ZenUI 5 over Android Oreo; however, not at all like its ancestor won’t be a piece of the Android GO program.
The ZenFone Live (L2) will show up in Rocket Red, and Cosmic Blue colourways with an advanced angle wrap up. Accessibility and value are yet to be point by point; however, as indicated by Asus’ site; the telephone will before long be accessible in retailers over the US and Canada.