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New Zenfone 2 Promo Video Is Out, Asus Confirms 64GB Version Is On The Way

March 13, 2015 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

Asus has unveiled the company’s new Zenfone 2 models quite recently. The company’s new Zenfone 2 lineup consists of 4 new smartphones, the most expensive one ships with 4GB of RAM. Asus has already released these handsets in Taiwan, and will release them in China on March 24th. Other markets will follow soon, after China, the Zenfone 2 models will launch in Hong Kong, Singapore and France, and then India, Italy and Southeast Asia in April. The company will also roll out this handset in Brazil, though that launch will have to wait until June. We’ll talk more the specs of each of these devices later, we have some news to share with you first.

This Taiwan-based company has released a new promo video for the Zenfone 2 line. The company basically lists the device’s features and specifications in the video itself, and also talks about its display and software. This promo video also confirms that a 64GB variant of the Zenfone 2 is on the way. If you’d like to take a look at this video, it’s embedded down below, so check it out. The basic version of the Zenfone 2 costs around $158 dollars in Taiwan, while the most powerful of the bunch is priced at $285 in that Asian country. Asus really did a great job with these handsets, and they’re really affordable as well, especially if you consider their specifications and build.

As previously mentioned, Asus launched 4 variants of the Zenfone 2. Let’s start with the most powerful model, the ZE551ML. This handset sports a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of in-built storage. Intel’s quad-core chip can be found under the hood, and a 13-megapixel camera is located on its back. The second variant is similar to the top model, but it comes with 2GB of RAM and a lower clock speed processor, we’re still talking about Intel’s quad-core SoC though. The ZE550ML and ZE500CL both sport 2GB of RAM and Intel’s quad-core processor (different clock speeds), but sport different sized displays. The former features a 5.5-inch 720p panel, while the latter one comes with a 5-inch 720p display.