ASUS has launched its third generation ZenFone lineup last May at Computex 2016 event in Taiwan. It is definitely a major upgrade from the previous ZenFone 2, thanks to its full metal body design, 2.5D curved glass and industry-leading specs. There were actually three ZenFone 3 handsets — the standard Zenfone 3, the high-end Zenfone 3 Deluxe and the phablet-type Zenfone 3 Ultra. You can check our detailed specs comparison here. Nevertheless, all these configurations are made of metal covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and a 2.5 curved glass for the front panel.
In this infographic, we will be taking a closer look at how things have changed in terms of design since the first ever release of ZenFone way back in the year 2014.
Plenty has changed in ASUS ZenFone design for the last two years. It is now composed of premium build materials, a seamless full-metal unibody phone with an invisible antenna design. ASUS really did a great job with its design department, the phone does away with the plastic that made last year’s Zenfone 2. It’s clearly a complete turnaround on the design compare to its predecessors, obviously that’s a good thing.
Do you think it’s a good-looking phone? Tell us more about your favorite design component of the ASUS ZenFone 3 in the comment section below.