ASUS ZenFone 3 Laser review

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The ASUS Zenfone 3 Laser is a good phone; for $200, you get a premium design, excellent battery life, and dual-SIM card support. With that said, there are also some significant drawbacks: the camera performance is just average, performance is bottlenecked by 2 GB of RAM, and the software design appears outdated.

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Sadly, the Zenfone 3 Laser feels more like a downgrade compared to its predecessor. Some aspects like software and display quality remain unchanged, but many others have been downgraded. For example, the display is now coated in Gorilla Glass 3 instead of Gorilla Glass 4, the amount of RAM has been decreased from 3 to 2 GB, the speaker sounds worse, and the camera is not as sharp. Considering that both phones were released at the same price, we’re disappointed that ASUS didn’t pack in more with this iteration.

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Also, compared to competing options from other manufacturers, the Zenfone 3 Laser doesn’t really stand out. You may be better off purchasing the Honor 6X or even the Nextbit Robin. If you’re willing to wait a bit, the Moto G5 lineup also might be worth considering.Thank you for reading our written review of the ASUS Zenfone 3 Laser. We’d love to hear your thoughts regarding this device; would you buy it over competing options? Do let us know in the comment section below!

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4 responses to “ASUS ZenFone 3 Laser review”

  1. Kunama says:

    I thought this -was- the rewrite! :p

    “Hope you guys hav ing been wait ing long”
    Having -> haven’t

    For some reason, copypaste on tiny screened device always seems to add extra spaces.

    • A.M. Harte says:

      It’s definitely the rewrite . . . and the final version that will stay online. 🙂

      However, for the print/ebook versions I’m going to do one final run-through, tightening scenes up and correcting a few things (and fixing whatever my editor finds!). I think it’s fair to make sure the paid-for version the best it can possibly be.

      I’ve also been in talks to get a map done for the print book which would be awesome!

      • WA_side says:

        A map would be a cool addition, I like top get a hours visual sense of how everything connects.

        This chapter was jarring at the start, but maybe just because we’d been with Lilith for a little while? I’ll have to go back and read the last section with Emma in to see if I can work out if there is anything else that seems out of place.

        Really enjoying all the extensions since you’ve re-written.

        Don’t ency you log in London at the moment (just the rest of the time)