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ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (M2) (Snapdragon 660, 5000mAh battery, 4GB/64GB, Dual Sim - £177.50 @ Eglobalcentral
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ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (M2) (Snapdragon 660, 5000mAh battery, 4GB/64GB, Dual Sim - £177.50 @ Eglobalcentral

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Posted 30th JanEdited by:"litwoojczyznomoj"
An interesting alternative to upcoming Redmi Note 7.Stock Android, same powerful processor, bigger battery,dual SIM + micro SD.

Some specs:

Snapdragon 660

- 4GB, 64GB, microSD

- 6.3 inches IPS LCD, 1080 x 2280, 403 ppi

- Rear Camera: 12.0 + 5.0 MP

- Front Camera: 13.0MP

- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot

- Bluetooth 5.0

- 5000 mAh

- FM radio

- ships with Android Oreo

- LTE band 20 onboard

From eglobalcentral which means you can USUALLY count on quick delivery (up to 2 weeks in most cases). Use the code provided to bring the price down to £177.50
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Excellent phone & heat for price of a brand new phone
Just in case this is an issue.... Wi-Fi is 802.11 b/g/n only ie. no dual-band AC
I only consider phones that have 5000mh battery at less than 180grams. I understand this has no form of fast charging at over 3hrs for a full charge is the only thing stopping me. It has gorilla glass 6 which is a big plus.
Edited by: "Clipsan" 30th Jan
Micro-USB in 2019? Sorry no
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Just in case this is an issue.... Wi-Fi is 802.11 b/g/n only ie. no dual-band AC

That can't be right surely in this day and age with that spec
5000 mama ha?!?! Insane
Add an extra 20 or so grams and they could have made it a more usable 6AH.
Still, its a very good phone beating many high priced alternatives out there.

At 5AH you are getting close to the point where batteries rarely fail, though it has to be said that Kyro 260 is big.little.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 30th Jan
ro8886 h, 27 m ago

Micro-USB in 2019? Sorry no


weird cos the older zenphone 3 which i bought in 2017 had the usb -c connection
i have a note 8 now and it takes a lot lot longer to charge on the wireless pad than direct into the usb port direct.
so its not a biggie to not have wireless charging - IMO
Edited by: "sparky371" 30th Jan
ro8886 h, 40 m ago

Micro-USB in 2019? Sorry no


What difference does it make? every device I own currently charges with MicroUSB so handy yo have just 1 cable type.
I'd suggest people read UK Trust Pilot reviews as this supplier's reputation appears to have plumetted in recent times.
uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com
Decent
Sold at this price by UK retailer would own budget market
NFC?
Bummer
Edited by: "chemeng" 31st Jan
Picture looks nice though
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