Not so long ago, we wrote about the Taiwanese offensive on the average price shelf. Asus Zenfone 4 series phones will be interesting. Asus wants to count on each segment, and the Zenfone Go 2, which represents the cheapest devices, helps with that.

After presenting the positively positioned Asus Zenfone 4 series, it's time for more budget phones. The Zenfone Go series is the cheapest device available on Asus. In principle, the names of the Taiwanese can be lost. Pay attention to the code markings, as the Asus Zenfone Go can be both a 5-inch device with Snapdragon 200 and 1 GB of RAM, and a 5-inch Mediatek MT6580 and 2 GB RAM and a 5.5-inch smartphone with Snapdragon 410 and 2 GB of RAM. In my opinion in this year's models the manufacturer should definitely do the order with the markings . I think it can be misleading, especially in operator deals. The Asus Zenfone Go 2 will come with an eight core Mediatek 6750 processor . It is a unit built with Cortex-A53 cores made in 28 nm process technology. The system will support 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of built-in memory depending on the variant.

Asus Zenfone 2 Go/ fot. GeekBench

Asus Zenfone 2 Go/ fot. GeekBench

Some time ago, the phone appeared in the TENAA database, so we know the rest of the specifications. The Zenfone Go 2 will be a 5.5-inch HD screen device with a dual-camera 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP selfie camera. A 4850 mAh battery should provide a good working life on a single charge.
Asus Zenfone Go 2/ fot. TENAA

Asus Zenfone Go 2/ fot. TENAA

The physical button beneath the screen gives you hope for a fingerprint reader to unlock your device. I must admit that I am curiously watching the development direction of the Taiwanese producer. The Asus Zenfone 4 series covers all mid-shelf price segments. Asus Zenfone 3 has already offered a great camera, which gives hope that this year's successors will offer no worse. It also enjoys the presence of batteries with greater capacity than most competitors. It also looks like Asus wants to offer dual camera matrices in every price shelf. Will it be something useful or just a marketing treatment – we will see after the first test. What do you think about this year's Asus devices? Will they compete for Samsung, LG or Huawei phones? Source: theandroidsoul