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    Asus Zenfone 8 - Miniature flagship

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    Making Android flagships with small screens has long been off the agenda of large manufacturers, and single stars such as Sony's Xperia 5 III do not look very exciting given the aggressive pricing policy. Asus, however, apparently intends to revive this forgotten category and provide an Android equivalent for the iPhone 12 mini, and with the display of the Zenfone 8, it has attracted attention; Unveiled on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 (May 22, 1400) with the Zenfone 8 Flip, the Zenfone 8 looks like the best-selling flagship on the market, with a 5.9-inch display that appeals to a wide range of buyers. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    The most important charm of a small flagship naturally in dimensions and sizes It lies, and the Zenfone 8 is quite successful in this regard; The dimensions of this model have been greatly reduced thanks to its 5.9-inch screen, reaching 148 and 68.5 mm in length and width, respectively. For comparison, the Sony Xperia 5 III is still small with a 6.1-inch screen and a 21: 9 aspect ratio (which makes it smaller than a regular phone) with a length and width of 157 and 68 mm, and thus the Zenfone 8 is close to We come across 9 mm less length. The dimensions of the Zenfone 8, of course, are still some distance from the unattainable realm of the iPhone 12 mini with a 5.4-inch screen and a width and width of 131.5 and 64.2 mm, but in the Android world it can be called the smallest flagship on the market right now. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    8.9mm Thickness of the phone seems a bit too much But it weighs 169 grams and is one of the lightest flagship phones.

    The back of the device is made of fingerprint-resistant frosted glass, which has curved edges and gives this model a completely modern look. Another great thing about the Zenfone 8, which apparently first appears on an Asus phone, is its IP68 standard, which allows it to be immersed in clear water (1.5 meters deep for 30 minutes). <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    Experience owning a flagship phone, no doubt with Its display type is relevant; The Zenfone 8 comes with a 5.9-inch display of the Samsung E4, which has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels and is updated 120 times per second with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The maximum dot brightness of this panel is 1,100 nits and with high support of 112% of the DCI-P3 color range and Delta-E color accuracy of less than 1 on paper, it shows high quality. Other features of this panel include a 240 Hz touch capture rate, a maximum brightness of 800 nits and HDR10 + support. The next attraction of this panel, which puts it in a better position compared to many Chinese flagships, belongs to its Gorilla Glass Victus protective cover, which is currently considered the toughest protective glass in the Android world. The device's fingerprint sensor is embedded in the display. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    Despite the small 5.9-inch screen, Asus is still looking for It's an easier way to use the device, bringing the Zenfone 8 with a new one-handed feature that displays the entire UI at the bottom half of the screen. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    Asus has not stepped back in the selfie camera of this phone And while most of the flagship handsets on the market come with simple, autofocus-free selfie cameras, the Zenfone 8 comes with a promising selfie camera; The selfie camera in the hole on the left side of the screen is a 12-megapixel model with Sony's IMX663 sensor, which has relatively large pixels measuring 1.22 microns and, most importantly, is equipped with Dual Pixel phase-detection autofocus technology. In addition to capturing 4K video at 30 frames per second, the camera also supports 1080p video recording at both 30 and 60 frames per second. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    with only two cameras on the back It eats, but after reviewing its specifications, we come across a satisfactory set; The phone's main camera is a 64-megapixel one with an IMX686 sensor and an f/1.8 aperture, whose 0.8 micron pixels increase in size from 16 megapixels to 1.6 microns after all four pixels form a larger optical unit. This camera is equipped with optical image stabilization or OIS and in addition to 8K/24fps capture, it also supports 4K/60fps and 1080p/60fps video recording. The structure of the device uses OZO Audio Zoom triple microphones, which in addition to reducing noise, also play a role in higher quality audio recording in video recording. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    The second camera in this section is a 12-megapixel ultraviolet with sensor The Sony IMX363 has 1.4 micron pixels and supports Dual Pixel phase-detection autofocus, in addition to the possible quality of image capture, it also supports close-up shooting of 4 cm, thus completely filling the gap of a macro camera. . <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    As we would expect from a 2021 flagship, The Zenone 8 uses a 5nm Snapdragon 888 processor, which, with its powerful X1 and A78 cores, provides one of the fastest processing solutions in the Android world right now. The phone has a maximum of 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, but it can also be selected with 6, 8 or 12 GB of RAM. The internal memory of the phone is 64, 128 or 256 GB of UFS 3.1‌ type, for which it is not possible to upgrade. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    Despite the presence of 5,000 mAh batteries in today's Android phones Hourly amps and beyond have become commonplace, but these batteries have a negative effect on the size and weight of the phone, and in a slim smartphone, there is basically no place for them inside the body. The Zenfone 8 uses a 4,000mAh battery, which, while at first glance may seem small for a flagship phone, does not seem like a big deal considering the small size of the screen and the low-power processor. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    Charging this battery with a not-so-fast charger 30 watts via the USB-C port, and one of the few downsides to the Zenfone 8 as a flagship phone is the lack of wireless charging. According to the manufacturer, it takes 25 to 60% to charge the battery of the device from zero to 60%. On the plus side, the device has an option to adjust the charging speed in line with the alarm clock, which charges the battery up to 100% slowly until the morning alarm sounds. The Zenfone 8 comes with some interesting features for audio enthusiasts, most notably the device's linear stereo speakers with Dirac HD Sound support and the CS35L45 amplifier. The presence of a headset jack in this model is another notable positive thing about this flagship, which has become difficult to find in many other flagships. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    Audio Wizard application is still present in this model And it can be used to make audio changes and equalizer settings. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    In the communication part of the phone, except for 5G, it must be 6E He pointed out that even in the flagship category, some models are not anticipated. Bluetooth version 5.2, NFC connectivity and GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou/Galileo/QZSS/NavIC satellite routers are other connectivity options. It is also important to note that all satellite routers except GLONASS and NavIC are all considered to be two frequencies with high accuracy. <b>Asus</b> <b>Zenfone</b> 8 - <b>Miniature</b> flagship

    Only two colors at the time of the unveiling of Zenfone 8 The device is black and silver, but white has been added to the specification page. Zenfone 8 comes with Android 11 operating system and ZenUI 8 user interface and has been available in Taiwan and some European countries since the beginning. The base version of the phone with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of memory is priced at 599 Euros in the European market, and the 8GB/128GB and 16GB/256GB versions will cost 669 and 799 Euros, respectively.

    Source: Asus

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