The new Asus ZenFone 6 was introduced relatively recently. And, as it turned out, the phone turned out to be interesting and
Asus ZenFone 6 Review
In this article we want to share with you feedback.and opinion about Asus ZenFone 6 of one foreign blogger. A few weeks ago, his SIM card was inside the Asus ZenFone 6, which runs on a Snapdragon 855 processor and has a cool display. At the same time, he has a non-standard front camera and a price tag of only $ 500. But, of course, the most exciting chip was a 5000 mAh battery.
It should be noted that it is such a powerfulThe battery greatly influenced the user's opinion. Phone battery life depends on three main factors: battery capacity, hardware efficiency and how well the software is optimized. Since the phone manufacturer may not have much control over the performance of the Snapdragon chip, and since fine-tuning the battery management algorithms in Android can be hard work, the easiest way to insert a large battery into it.
Asus ZenFone 6, as it turned out, the truth can easilywork two to three days without recharging. Most of the other phones were enough for the user for one and a half to two days. And with Asus ZenFone 6, he really felt a jump in battery life.
Knowing that your phone can work “almosteternity ”, you can easily go hiking or somewhere else, always carrying an extra battery in your pocket. But the benefits of a huge battery don't end there.
Since he started using ZenFone 6,the user noticed that the concern about the battery charge is generally not for him anymore. But according to surveys and statistics, most people experience an increased level of stress when they are away from the outlet, and the battery of their phone is discharged.
After using Asus ZenFone 6 habitcharge the phone also changed. Until recently, he usually put his phone on charge for the night, to be sure that he had a full charge in the morning, and it would be enough for the whole day. But with ZenFone 6, he no longer feels obligated to charge it traditionally every night.
And on the technical side, large batteries havelonger service life. This makes sense, since the batteries are discharged after each charge-discharge cycle, and about 500 charges are enough for the cell to lose 20% of its original capacity. The need to recharge the phone means that it takes longer to reach this threshold. In laboratory tests, the Asus battery in ZenFone 6 retained 90% of its charging capacity after simulating 2 years of use, while the 3300 mAh cell from an unnamed competitor could hold 85% after the same stress test.
Why not all phones have such big batteries?
Not because it is expensive. It all comes down to priorities, and these priorities can vary greatly depending on who the specific phone is for. ZenFone 6 is an enthusiast phone. His concept is different from the popular flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S10, etc. The latter are usually aimed at challenging an emotional response from a potential buyer when he takes it in a store. For such a person, the numbers on paper may be less important than how the phone looks and feels in your hand, not to mention the fact that due to the large battery, the phone may be noticeably thicker and heavier, and therefore less stylish.
Speaking of thickness, for a ZenFone 6 user this iswas the only serious flaw. The phone is quite massive and heavy in hand, especially when you put a case on it. Therefore, only you choose ...