Hồng Yến Mobile Đà Nẵng
giới thiệu chương trình thay thế màn hình cảm ứng, mặt kiếng Asus ZenFone 5, A500, A501 tại khu vực hà nội với chất lượng hợp lí. The ZenFone 5 is adorned with a 5-inch 1280 x 720 IPS LCD panel, which gives it a pixel density of 320 ppi which isn’t to be scoffed at. At this sort of size, 1080p would be nice, but at this sort of price 720p is very nice to see.
It’s difficult to get the display right on these budget handsets and while the Moto G’s is still brighter and more vivid, the ZenFone 5’s display has good viewing angles, rich colors and excellent touch response.
I was pretty impressed with the overall lasting power of the ZenFone 5. This is more than likely down to the Snapdragon 400 and the Cortex A7 cores which are designed to be more efficient than they are powerful.
This is largely due to the pronounced bezel above and below the screen; not only does the Zenfone have capacitive Xem them Android controls, it also has a large gap below which adds to the total height of the device.
There’s Smart Saving, Ultra Saving and a custom mode that you can tweak to how you like it. Playing games and watching movies, especially over 4G is going to drain your battery considerably, but if you’re looking for a phone that can go all day (morning till evening) when in everyday use, then the ZenFone 5 will get the job done.
For a device that costs a fraction of the Xperia Z3, HTC Ones or Galaxy S5s of the world, the ZenFone 5 has more to offer than you might ever need and with 4G included, ASUS have something of a winner on their hands.
The Zenfone 5 also has small touches of the company’s Zen thiết kế language in the small strip of metal on the bottom of the phone, as well as on the volume rocker and power button located on the right side.
Though it may look not be apparent at first glance, the Zenfone 5 has a removable plastic back that allows you access to the two SIM card slots and the microSD slot, though you’re not going to be able to touch that 2110mAh battery.
We were pleasantly surprised to note that the heat issues that plagued similar smartphones rocking the 2GHz processor were not present in the Zenfone 5. Yes, the phone still gets warm when it’s running under full load, but it’s not nearly as bad as the heat generated in earlier Intel Atom equipped devices.
While the Zenfone 5 managed to score decently in our synthetic benchmarks, we did notice that the device showed a bit of lag in some of the apps that we regularly use Facebook Messenger being one of them.
No more so than the likes of the Moto G or Moto E of course, but it’s almost impossible to not compare it tham khao them to other 5-inchers – and when set against this competition, the Zenfone 5 is found somewhat wanting.
The drawback here is that the Zenfone 5 is using Android 4.3 as opposed to the latest version, 4.4. While the differences between the two are slight, it means that the phone is already one step behind many others on the market – and with Android 5 on the horizon, there’s no solid guarantee that the Zenfone 5 will get an upgrade.