Asus ZenFone Max M2 Launched With Snapdragon 632

ASUS today launched its Max M2 mid-range smartphone and Zenfone Max Pro M2 nationwide. The phone was recently launched in Russia and has a metal back and a plastic top and bottom. There is a fingerprint sensor on the back and a large 4000 mA battery in the back to claim that the company can use it for two days without charging. The price of the machine is Rs. The 3GB 32GB RAM is 9,999, while the Rs is 4GB 64GB RAM. India’s 11,999 sales began on December 20, on Flipkart.

The Zenfone Max M2 is equipped with a 1.8 GHz Octa-Core Snapdragon 632 mobile platform with the Adreno 506 graphics processor. In addition, it will provide 3GB, 4 GB of storage and 32 GB of storage and 64GB of storage, respectively. It will be equipped with Android 8.1 Oreo, with Android Market experience, and can be updated more when available. Users can also extend storage space on their devices to 2TB using a dedicated microSD card slot.

The phone supports dual SIM card connections of 150.41 mm x 76.28 mm x 7.70 mm. There are other connectivity options such as Bluetooth v4.2, Dual VoLTE 4G, GPS, A-GPS etc, and other sensors needed for automation of smartphones. The fingerprint sensor on the device can only open the device in 0.3 seconds, and it has a facial recognition function.

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