The new ZenFone 8 Flip continues with its flipping camera design, but is no longer standard in the ZenFone series this year. Instead, the ZenFone 8 falls into the upper-midrange category, with a traditional rear camera hump and a considerably smaller 5.9-inch display, costing €599. On the other hand, the final US price is TBD — Asus claims between $599 and $799 — but will come to North America, unlike the model of last year.
The ZenFone 8 is somewhat little, but it didn't stop it from delivering the newest flagship processor: the 6, 8 or 16 GB Ram Snapdragon 888 Chipset. This phone's performance is really hard to find out fault from. It seems responsive, it feels simple, it continues animating and interacting and the application switching is challenging and quick. This is a flagship device's performance.
It is a 5.9-inch 1080p OLED panel with a fast 120Hz rate which gives you a considerably smoother look than a conventional 60Hz screen or even a 90Hz panel. Routine interaction with your telephone — swiping, scrolling, animating, etc. Depending on the application, the phone will transition automatically from 120 / 90 / 60 Hz to battery life saving however one of those three refresh rates can be chosen manually if you choose.
Asus might have to do a careful research for display’s 20:9 aspect ratio. They say it opted on this somewhat slimmer size so the phone will fit more easily into a pocket, and it does. For protection against dust and mild water submersion, ZenFone 8 is certified IP68.
Because of the phone's compact size, a smaller battery is required. Well, 4,000mAh, which is significantly less than the 5,000mAh found in the ZenFone 6 and 7. We could tell the difference between this phone and a budget or midrange phone with a long battery life, there is no difficulty surviving through a whole day of moderate use. By chance. With the bundled power adapter, the ZenFone 8 supports 30W cable charging, which takes an empty battery from zero to 100 percent in just over an hour. The ZenFone 8 is a bit of an oddity in the flagship class because it doesn't support wireless charging.
The ZenFone 8's back camera bump has only two cameras, but they're both worth your time. Asus chose a 64-megapixel main camera with OIS and a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera over cramming in a depth sensor, macro, or anything else. They're based on the model from last year, but without the telephoto camera and the flipping mechanism.
Wrapping up the positives and negatives would be like
- Concise and clever design
- High-quality construction with an IP68 rating
- The Snapdragon 888 performs admirably.
- The battery life is adequate.
- There are just two significant OS updates.
- There was no telephoto camera available.
So, the features of ZenFone 8
- Display 5.90-inch (1080x2400)
- Front Camera 12MP
- Rear Camera 64MP + 12MP
- RAM 16GB
- Storage 256GB
- Battery Capacity 4000mAh
- OS Android 11
- Snapdragon 888 chipset
The ZenFone 8 will appeal to a specific demographic, and I can enthusiastically suggest it to my fellow small-screen smartphone enthusiasts.