.....and that's mainly it. Not a very bright display, tons of Bloatware with the Zen UI, tinny sounding speakers. The camera is slightly above average. 4GB/64GB ze551ml version is worth its weight don't get me wrong but this phone is built mainly for multi-tasking performance and does it perfectly.
over in the "Hands-On: Asus Zenfone 2" discussion:
doesn't really seem like they shot too high. What is it with manufacturers making these slick back plastic phones? There's this great invention called rubber. It can be affixed to plastic and offer additional grip on your multiple hundred dollar device.
This phone is a perfect example, a few well placed rubber nubs or heaven forbid rubber crosshatching around the edge, where you actually hold the phone. It doesn't have to be a full silicone case, just a little here and there would make a world of difference without making it impossible to take in and out of our pocket.
And they probably should have made the battery removable to appease all the people who whine about it. Most of those people wont actually buy another battery and by t... (continues)
over in the "Asus Zenfone 2 Goes On Sale May 19 for $299" discussion:
No one mentions this much. You can have T-Mobile and AT&T or whatever combination of SIMs you want in this unlocked phone. That seems like benefit over single sim phones where you might have to have one phone for work and one phone for personal.