T3 India - - Horizon -

Tak­ing cues from the suc­cess of the Max Pro M1, Asus has ex­panded its port­fo­lio with two more smart­phones namely the Max M1 and Lite L1. This price bracket is filled with quad-core pro­ces­sor de­vices but the Asus duo is an out­lier of sorts given the octa-core Qual­comm Snap­dragon 430 chipset housed within. They are run­ning ZenUI 5.0 based on An­droid Oreo which has been rid of all but 14 pre­loaded apps to keep bloat­ware to a min­i­mum. Both share the 5.45” HD+ IPS dis­play with 800:1 con­trast ra­tio and 13MP rear cam­era. What they dif­fer on is the higher end Max M1 hav­ing 3GB RAM,

32GB stor­age, 4000mAh bat­tery, 8MP front cam­era while the Lite L1 makes do with 2GB RAM, 16GB stor­age,

3000mAh bat­tery, and 5MP front cam­era. If ex­tra space is re­quired, then the free 100GB Google Drive stor­age will come as a boon.

T3 Says: Al­though the Snap­dragon 430 is age­ing, it should ideally suf­fice for ba­sic tasks at the phones’ cur­rent res­o­lu­tion.

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