Earlier this year, Asus made a comeback of sorts in the Indian market. It was a while since the company had launched any smartphone in the country. Once a decent mid-segment player, ASUS lost the plot when it came to affordable smartphones amidst stiff competition from several Chinese players. The Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 was a solid comeback device. Developed especially for the Indian market based on consumer feedback, the Max Pro M1 was a well-rounded device that ticked all the boxes for an affordable smartphone. Asus then followed it up with the Asus Zenfone Max M1, a stripped-down variant of the same.And here we are, before the end of 2018, with Asus launching the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2, the successor of its star device. I spent some time with the smartphone in the days leading up to the launch, and here are my first impressions of the same. Design While the younger sibling Max M2 carries on the design legacy of the last generation, the Zenfone Max Pro M2 introduces a new glass design with ‘dynamic optical finish’ that totally ups the ante in visual appeal. There’s an overall premium feel to the device. It looks quite… Read full this story
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