If any­thing, the mas­sive 5,000mAh bat­tery is prob­a­bly what makes the ASUS ZenFone Max stand out.

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SIM Dual Mi­cro-SIM // Pro­ces­sor Qual­comm Snap­dragon 410 // Con­nec­tiv­ity 3.5mm stereo au­dio jack, Mi­cro-USB 2.0, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Blue­tooth 4.0 // Mem­ory 2GB RAM // Stor­age 16GB eMCP (ex­pand­able via mi­croSD up to 64GB) // Bat­tery 5,000mAh Li-ion // Di­men­sions 156 (W) x 77.5 (D) x 10.55 (H) mm // Weight 202g (w/ bat­tery) // War­ranty 1-year // Con­tact Dy­nam­ics Dis­tri­bu­tions Sdn Bhd // Tele­phone (03) 8024 2100 // URL my.asus.com

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| MARCH 2016 Phones with big bat­ter­ies are start­ing to be­come a com­mon sight. While the con­cept of it still doesn't quite an­swer the prob­lem of bat­tery longevity at its core, a large-ca­pac­ity bat­tery is still an idea that al­lows phones to be used longer than a pe­riod of two days. Case in point, we have ASUS's ZenFone Max for re­view, and it re­ally is one lon­glast­ing phone.

First off, if we haven't quite got­ten the mes­sage across yet, the main fea­ture of the ZenFone Max, which makes it stand out from the

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