Spigen Ultra Hybrid Iphone X Case - Crystal Clear Reviews

spigen ultra hybrid iphone x case - crystal clear reviews

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spigen ultra hybrid iphone x case - crystal clear reviews

spigen ultra hybrid iphone x case - crystal clear reviews

The design of a modern smartphone is usually dictated by the screen size, and in this case the 5.5-inch full-HD display means the ZenFone 2 is quite a handful -- the phone checks in at 152.5 x 77.2 x 10.9 mm (6 by 3 by 0.43 inches) and isn't the thinnest of devices. It's just slightly shorter than the iPhone 6 Plus, but the Apple phone is thinner at 7.8mm. The thickness means the ZenFone does make its presence felt in the pocket, and with more smartphones taking the slim approach, the ZenFone 2's size and weight of 170g (6 ounces) doesn't do it any favors.

Clad in plastic like the first ZenFone, the ZenFone 2 opts for a brushed metal look, unlike the soft-touch feel used previously, While it looks metallic, it still feels slightly plasticky (I prefer the original, though I can see why Asus chose to go with the metallic style) and it looks a lot more premium at first spigen ultra hybrid iphone x case - crystal clear reviews glance, That said, the rear cover is replaceable and comes in a variety of colors -- the standard black and white, and a more colorful range of red, gold, grey, Asus will also sell a special range of "Illusion" covers that come in a pretty crystal pattern..

Viewed head on, the ZenFone 2 resembles the first ZenFone, from the Asus logo near the top speakers, to the concentric circle pattern below the 5.5-inch display. The touch-sensitive buttons are located just above that. In a way, I'm glad that Asus has stuck with the familiar, but I do wish the phone used software buttons instead -- this would probably have helped cut down on the phone's size. Right at the top is where you'll find the awkwardly placed power button, and it's an odd choice, since Asus has chosen to borrow LG's great idea of moving the volume buttons to the rear of the phone. The button is quite a stretch to reach it if you're holding the phone with one hand. Asus should have just placed the power button on the rear, together with the volume controls.

The removable rear cover gives you access to the dual-SIM and microSD slots, The 3,000mAh battery is non removable, so you won't be able to swap it out for a fresh one, Unlike some of the other dual-SIM phones which come with dual 4G capabilities, the ZenFone 2 only has one active 4G SIM, with the other SIM limited to 2G speeds, Powered by Intel's Atom Quad Core Z3580 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, this model of the ZenFone 2 comes packing a whopping 4GB of RAM, Most smartphones, including high-end flagships, come loaded with 3GB at most, Asus claims having 4GB of RAM helps the ZenFone 2 multitask (more on spigen ultra hybrid iphone x case - crystal clear reviews this later), as multiple apps and can remain on standby in the background without needing to be offloaded to memory and reloaded..

Our review model came with 32GB of onboard storage, and if that somehow isn't enough for your needs, there's a microSD slot to add even more space. There's a 13-megapixel camera located at the rear, and a 5-megapixel shooter on the front. The 5.5-inch display comes with a full-HD resolution of 1,920x1,080-pixels, protected by Corning's Gorilla Glass 3. Sure, it's not a QHD display found on some flagships, but only a few users would be able to tell the difference between 2K resolution and full-HD. Also, the screen has wide viewing angles and colors are bright and vibrant. Even under direct sunlight, the integrity of the screen holds up well.