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ASUS will release two more variants for Zenfone 2




ASUS has announced that it will be launching two more versions for its Zenfone 2 with Qualcomm and MediaTek processors replacing the current Intel Atom CPU.

According to Focus Taiwan, such move was made to further diversify its smartphone component suppliers and double their shipments to 17 million units for this year.


The Zenfone 2 bearing a Qualcomm-based CPU will reportedly be more affordable than the current models and should arrive from April – June. On the other hand, MediaTek-equipped Zenfones 2s will be up on store shelves in the second half of the year.

Announced last January, the ASUS Zenfone 2 promises performance that are at par with flagship phones, while offering a lower price tag.

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11 Responses

  1. klky says:

    qualcomm sd 800 lng yan kea mas mura

  2. denmark says:

    Nice, parang mas gusto ko yung Qualcomm-based na CPU hehe sna lang mabils din at 64bit, may info naba kung anong chip gagamitin?

  3. bok says:

    Pag mediatek soc malabo na ma upgrade ung os.

  4. Jj says:

    March po ba talaga launching nung Zenfone 2 dito sa Pinas? Excited na talaga ako.

  5. dethdeth says:

    Malamang mediatek 6752 octacore yan saka snapdragon 805 processor

  6. ken says:

    I’ve been waiting for their 5inch variant.

  7. Ex-Alodian Knight says:

    Ipon bago Mediatek Zenfone edition.

  8. Blue says:

    Alin mas maganda? The intel zenfone2 or the mediatek one?

  9. Easy E says:

    6in please! Yung sd kahit 805. Better if 810.

  10. kulas says:

    Mas maganda if qualcomm ang processor or intel kase pedeng ma update compared sa media tek

  11. Summer says:

    Sana tanggalin yung Asus logo sa haparan, yan lang ang pangit eh.

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