- Crisp and color accurate Display
- Ample sound via single speaker
- Performance beast
- Beefy battery
- Stock android 8.1
- Uninspiring design
- Average camera performance
- Slow charging speed
Face Unlock Update
Should you buy the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1?
Summing it all up, the ZenFone Max Pro M1 offers a durable build quality but in a bland looking package; an exquisite display with crisp details and accurate colours; a clean stock android with the latest software; powerful performance with excellent gaming experience; an average camera performance with even poor low light pictures; and finally, a long battery life.
If you are a performance junkie and want to try out every new game and want something to play hours of PUBG on, then this is your go-to phone. I would again suggest you go for the 4GB RAM variant if you want to do all this. If you are just an everyday user and enjoy casual gaming, then the 3GB variant should work out well for you.
However, if the camera is one of the important things you look for in a phone, then you should look elsewhere. The Mi A1 and the Redmi Note 5 Pro are all excellent camera phones, and should be your pick if the camera is your priority.
That said, I think Asus hit a home run with the Zenfone Max Pro M1 and is hands down one of the best Android phones to buy under 20,000.