The Zenfone Max Pro M1, the new crown jewel of ASUS’ Zenfone Max lineup is finally here in the Philippines. And what’s even better? it’s got an extremely attractive price tag of PhP9,995. Let’s take a look at what you’re getting.

zfmax pro m1 u 51 - ASUS Launches Zenfone Max Pro M1 in PH for Only PhP9,995The Zenfone Max Pro M1 has 3GB of RAM, along with 32GB of storage. At its core is a Snapdragon 636, the same chip that runs the Zenfone 5. The only difference is that its AI features aren’t present. The device has a 5.99-inch FHD+ display that sticks to an 18:9 aspect ratio, so yes, no notch here. As to whether they’ll bring the 4GB or 6GB variants here, that’ll depend on user feedback.

zfmax pro m1 u 58 - ASUS Launches Zenfone Max Pro M1 in PH for Only PhP9,995For imaging, the Zenfone Max Pro M1 has a 13MP + 5MP dual rear camera system capable of 4K video recording. It also has a 8MP front camera with LED flash. Oh and did I mention that this phone doesn’t come with ZenUI? yes. it offers a pure Android experience, with Android 8.1 Oreo loaded to be exact.

zfmax pro m1 u 34 - ASUS Launches Zenfone Max Pro M1 in PH for Only PhP9,995True to Max tradition, the Zenfone Max Pro M1 has a 5,000mAh battery and ASUS BoostMaster fast-charging technology,

ASUS Zenfone Max Pro M1 Specs
ProcessorSnapdragon 636 (Octa-Core)
RAM3GB
Storage32GB
Display6-inch, FHD+, 18:9
Rear Camera13MP + 5MP
Front Camera8MP
OSAndroid 8.1 Oreo
Battery5,000mAh with Fast Charging

The ASUS Zenfone Max Pro M1 is priced at PhP9,995, and will be available exclusively in Lazada. Pre-orders start on June 8, 2018 (Pre-Order Link), with full availability to follow on June 25, 2018. As a bonus promo, those who pre-order may even get the chance to win a free trip to Europe. More details will be announced soon.

The device will also be on showcase at the upcoming FRAGFEST 2018 happening at the SM City North EDSA Annex on June 9 to 10, 2018, wherein fans can experience its awesome capabilities for mobile gaming.

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