Saturday, August 29, 2015


The Laser's aesthetics do not stray from the ZenFone 2 family ­ its curved back makes it comfortable to hold and its volume buttons on the back allow for easy access while adjusting sound levels in portrait or landscape mode. Besides, its rubberized back panel gives it a nice, sturdy feel in the hand.
Its scratch-resistant HD display is bright; colours are punchy and can be configured to appear vivid or balanced with its colour profiler tool. For readers, a “Blue light filter“ is also included to reduce eye strain.
The Laser runs the latest version of Android, which is heavily customized with the Asus ZenUI.It includes settings to tweak themes, icons, the app drawer, and even allows you to switch to one-handed mode.
There are pre-loaded apps like SnapView (to create a private user profile for work), a kids' mode, call recorder, gesture recognition, and more. In spite of all this, the Laser worked without a hitch during tests, though you will have to prepare yourself for frequent app updates. Call quality and music playback is crystal clear.
The rear camera, which uses a laser to focus, is capable of sharp photographs with warm tones and excellent detail. Its shutter has minimal lag and is capable of taking stellar close-up photos.The camera, like in all other ZenFone devices, comes with multiple shooting modes ­ HDR, manual, low light, super resolution, GIF animation, etc ­ along with editing options that you let you touch-up photos, remove objects from a scene, create timelapse videos, and more. If that's not enough, you also get a collage and slideshow maker.
The Laser is also capable of lasting over a day , in “balanced“ mode, without needing a recharge. And with its detailed power management options, it is possible to extend its bat tery life even further.

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