Asus Zenfone 6 Review


Asus Zenfone 6 is a powerful smartphone with an all-screen NanoEdge display. It features an incredible battery life and a unique 48MP Flip Camera. ASUS has been known for its innovative designs, and ZenFone 6 is no exception.


Asus Zenfone 6 is one of the latest Android smartphones to launch. It comes with a unique 48MP Flip Camera. It features a Super Night Mode for improved low-light photography. It also supports 4K video at 60fps, HD slow-mo video at 240fps, and full-HD slow-mo video at 120fps. It also supports microSD card storage for cards up to 2TB.

The device also features a dual-camera setup on the back, a 5,000mAh battery, and a 3.5mm audio jack. It also supports 4G LTE networks and 18W fast charging. It also has an auto-flash and digital zoom. It is also compatible with the Android Q Beta program. It comes with 6GB or 8GB RAM and 64GB or 256GB internal storage.

The ZenFone 6 will come with a dedicated “smart key”. It can be remapped to a camera app or Google Assistant. It will also have a notification LED light.

Display shape

Asus Zenfone 6 is the latest in the company’s line of premium devices. It features an edge-to-edge screen, premium metal and glass design, and a high-end processor. It also sports a dual camera setup, a motorized flip camera, and a large 5,000 mAh battery.

Asus Zenfone 6’s display is an IPS LCD panel with a 6.4-inch diagonal. It features 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution, a wide color gamut mode, and Splendid software for display customization. The wide color gamut mode adds saturation to the colors.

The 6.4-inch screen has a pixel density of 403 pixels per inch, which is a pretty impressive number. However, it only offers a peak brightness of 573 nits. This isn’t as bright as some other smartphones, such as the Huawei P20 Lite, which has a pixel density of 853 pixels per inch.

Battery life

Asus Zenfone 6 packs a powerful battery that can last for two days of heavy use. The Asus Zenfone 6 battery has a capacity of 5,000mAh and supports Quick Charge 4.0. This means it can be charged in just two hours. However, the battery isn’t optimized for wireless charging.

While Asus Zenfone 6 battery life is impressive, it doesn’t last as long as the Huawei P30 Pro or the OnePlus 7 Pro. Asus’ phone still outlasted the others in our tests, though.

The battery in the Zenfone 6 is big and thick. It measures 9.1mm in thickness and weighs 190 grams. This makes the phone feel bulky. It also has an aluminum frame around the rim. It feels solid and premium in the hand. However, it’s hard to use it one-handed.


Asus Zenfone 6 is a flagship device that features a dual camera setup. It is powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset and offers 8GB of RAM.

The camera app offers a number of modes and features. Some of them are Photo, Video, Time-lapse, Panorama, and Slow Motion. It also includes an auto mode.

The camera on Asus Zenfone 6 has a wide dynamic range. It records well-saturated colors with accurate white balance. It has an auto-flash mode that produces pleasant portraits when the flash triggers.

The camera app has a rotating camera module, which allows for additional angles of view. It also helps with motion tracking. It has a dual-LED flash that is used for low-light shots. The camera also has a multi-frame-based night mode that improves image quality in low light.

Software Philosophy

Asus is a name to watch and its Zenfone 6 is a contender for the Android phone of the year. The company has had a mixed record when it comes to phones, but it’s not as if the company hasn’t been in the game long enough to know how to make a smartphone work.

The company is known for its technology, but it also knows how to make its products look good on a budget. For instance, the company is known for its use of renewable materials in notebooks. Its the newest offering, the ZenFone 6, features a metal and glass body, but there’s no shortage of power and performance.

The company’s top-of-the-line Eee PC(TM) is a true testament to the company’s commitment to quality, as is the Asus Xoom, which won a pair of best-in-class awards from Computerworld.