In short, Asus has done a great job and the device has nothing to fear from its competitors.
Regarding the Zen Fone 2, the smartphone also succeeded in achieving finesse and it’s even better with the new device. The corners aren’t rounded and this can affect the user’s experience with the smartphone.
Asus decreased the number of pre-installed applications (even if 64 GB of internal memory is enough to store all the Asus and Google applications) but the majority of them can only be deactivated and not deleted.
As a user, I prefer to be able to use my system freely and delete anything that I don’t want on my device.
This space is quite limited because of the three buttons at the bottom.
Regarding these buttons, contrary to Samsung smartphones, Asus had the good idea to use Android logic (return button on the left, multitasking on the right).
It slightly protrudes from the device (which obviously makes it similar to the Galaxy S6) and will affect the smartphone’s stability when resting on a flat surface.
A two-tone LED flash and an autofocus phase detection are also integrated into the phone.The update will include features such as bundled notifications and an enhanced touch performance.Now here is a well-debated topic: the smartphone’s software interface, particularly its Zen UI 3.0 launcher.Some thicker and bigger smartphones avoid giving this sensation.The front panel is dominated by the screen but the body-screen ratio doesn’t feature among the best on the market (only 70 percent).You have to go to settings and deactivate them so you’re not continually bothered by them.