ASUS Zenfone Live L1 Reviews

ASUS Zenfone Live L1 Reviews

ASUS Zenfone Live L1 Reviews

Slowly but surely, affordable smartphones increasingly here, its features are increasingly present Including what ASUS does, on this new entry-level smartphone

Move on from a 16: 9 ratio, this ASUS smartphone already equipped with a full view display, which extends But with a body that remains compact Can this smartphone break Xiaomi’s dominance in the entry-level market? I am, Arya from GadgetGaul, and here’s a review of ASUS Zenfone Live L1 This ASUS Zenfone Live L1 is arguably the successor to Zenfone Live which was released last year In addition to the screen that has an 18: 9 ratio, in terms of design, actually there is nothing special about this smartphone

Typically it is still the same as a million other smartphones The body is made of polycarbonate plastic, with a touch of doff, and a screen without gorilla glass protection Yes, even though I have used the full view display, Zenfone Live L1 still has a thick chin It should be, this free space can be used to make the screen longer After all, now the navigation buttons have also been on screen and integrated with the UI


Glancing at the back side, the camera lens was rather protruding Well, so as not to be easily scratched, Gadgeteers can use jelly case take it, the material is soft enough Yes, apart from the usual body, the weight of this smartphone is very light, which is 140 grams Plus the dimensions are compact It feels like using a 5 “smartphone, even though the screen size is 5

5” And no less interesting, Zenfone Live L1 has adopted a model triple slots SIM Install 2 nano-type 4G SIMs at once No longer need to share a place, with microSD that supports up to 2TB At the price of a million, there aren’t many smartphones adopted the 18: 9 screen, and this became one of the values superior to Zenfone Live L1

Screen 55 “full view display has HD + resolution, with a pixel density of 293 ppi Make a Youtube watch, stream a movie, play a game, or just just points on Instagram account, bro, IPS screen on this Zenfone Live L1 it’s quite comfortable to look at The screen that supports these 5 touch points, also has an up-scaling feature, to force applications with the ratio of the old screen to full screen The placement of the navigation buttons can also be changed

Very useful for you who are not used to using the back button on the left However, here you cannot change the screen color mode or install the blue light filter, because of the Splendid features that you usually find on most ASUS smartphones, absent here Yak, with the brightness set to the highest level, the screen’s visibility is in the hot sun still ok, huh? This smart full screen display, also supported by the latest ZenUI interface, which is now more fresh Oh yeah, ZenUI version 50 is already based on Android Oreo 8

0 And this makes Zenfone Live L1 a million smartphone, with an operating system that is quite up to date, at least for now Remember, the rivals on average still use Android Nougat 70 ZenUI version 5

0 offers many interesting features, one of them is Mobile Manager Yes, in this application, it’s a complete package to optimize Zenfone Live L1 Starting from setting incoming notifications, cleaning RAM, checking battery life, clean up junk files, to control data quota The Zenmotion is a typical gesture feature from ASUS, which can also be used here Of the many existing Zenmotion, I use it more often quick camera access, which can be called with certain gesture patterns even though the screen is off

Well, for those who are getting bored with the main view, You can also download dozens of themes available in ZenUI Just like the cellphone with the Android Nougat OS to the top, Zenfone Live L1 is also equipped with multi-window features which allows to open two applications in one screen display Multitasking with this multi-window mode really feels really comfortable for smartphones the screen is 18: 9, it looks more relieved, even though the screen size isn’t really big Yes, because you are already running an Android Oreo OS, you can also use Picture In Picture (PIP) mode to display floating applications with small windows when minimized Well, this is really useful, just like watching movies, but want to open other applications too

Only, this PIP mode does not support many applications, Youtube is the only paid version that can This latest ZenUI, indeed offers smoother performance on Zenfone Live L1, but when the smartphone memory is low, there will be a slight lag, especially when scrolling the application page or switching between applications Yak, I feel ZenUI 50 is too heavy for smartphones with 2GB RAM, the rest of the memory is only here if you open many applications and games The kitchen runway used is also mediocre, yes

standard entry-level smartphone, the Snapdragon 425 quad-core chipset with a 14GHz clockspeed For standard performance, this 64-bit dragon chipset can indeed be relied on, the performance is still enough gas to play social media, Youtube or just chat

A weekly experience is used as a daily driver, the ASUS Zenfone Live L1 can open several application at once without experiencing stop responding Yes, indeed, the transfer between these applications feels quite heavy Then, is this smartphone powerful enough to play the game? Yak, supported by the Adreno 308 graphics engine, is really playing with AoV At the most, there seems to be a slight lag if for this ulti skill brawl Well, playing Dragon Ball Legends, which again hits this especially, smoothly and almost did not deal with broken graphics

And no less interesting, at the price of this million, you can already play PUBG Mobile, you know! So, you can still experience chicken dinner with friends, despite having low budget But, for the sake of playing comfort, this Mobile PUBG gaming system recommends low graphics, of course with the consequences of very minimalistic graphic details Indeed, there is a time when FPS goes down But it doesn’t bother the game At the most, that is pretty misleading that its internal storage is only 16GB, not to mention eating the Android system

There is a 32GB variant, but if you look at the price, think about it first, mending to buy another smartphone that the chipset is more speeding all at once MicroSD really helps to expand memory, but can only save photo, music and video files Not applications and games, yeah? Yes, by combining CPU, GPU, UX and Memory performance, the Antutu benchmark score is broken by 41 thousand The single and multicore scores on Geekbench are also the standard for other entry-level smartphones Indeed, the Cortex A53 base on the chipset makes this smartphone unable to be polled for heavy work

Zenfone Live L1 is equipped with a 13MP rear camera with f / 20 lens openings The shutter button is a bit delayed when you need to take photos quickly The autofocus itself is quite fast, because it has been used by PDAF This minimalist price makes some camera features trimmed on this Zenfone Live L1, like the absence of Pro Mode

So, just be satisfied using auto mode Then, how cute is the picture? For photos in the outdoor, the results are fairly good The color saturation is right, tends to be natural and quite good aiming objects in detail But for some conditions, the results are sometimes overexposure or even blurry This is because the camera protector is easily dirty

So, make sure it’s clean before taking a photo The results of the photo of the rear camera will look more exciting, when turning on HDR mode, with the consequence the photo taking process will take a little longer, which is about 3-4 seconds For photos in the indoor is still cool, although the details are not as good as outdoor photos Well, in low light conditions, the quality will decrease and it’s rather difficult to take focus automatically Yes, it looks like we can’t think much about the performance of low-light cellphone million, because it really can’t be said to be cute

Photos blur more often or not focus at night Even when exposed to light, a transverse light tail appears and damage photo presentations This rear camera also has a Portrait mode to produce a contemporary bokeh effect But only human objects can, well, besides that the results are the same In terms of neatness, the blur is really the way it is

For selfies, the 5MP front camera with an open / f / 24 lens, fairly good in his class There are autofocus, HDR, Portrait, and beauty modes with various parameters to smooth the skin, make the face brighter, bring the eyes to the cheeks It’s okay on the outside, but when it’s used for selfies in lowlight, full of noise because ISO is forced to go up for brighter photos Luckily there is an LED Flash in front to provide additional light and natural selfie photos

Both front and rear cameras, both of them can record Full HD video at 30 fps The dynamic range is not very narrow, just because it is not equipped with a stabilizer feature, the effects of earthquakes are definitely very heavy in the video Okay, now I’m testing the front camera for ASUS Zenfone Live L1 to vlog Yak, the front camera of this smartphone, can record maximum video Full HD resolution at 30 fps Oh yeah, this front camera can also record videos in Beautify mode, after all! But the resolution is down grade in HD and 20 fps

What do you think is the result? The sensor embedded in this smartphone is also fairly complete, including a gyroscope Now, in order to cut prices, ASUS does not equip this smartphone with a fingerprint sensor and instead, there is a face recognition feature for smartphone unlock methods that are more current, namely using face But there is, bro, responsiveness of face recognition is quite poor and only smoothly in conditions that really have abundant light The smartphone review feels incomplete if you haven’t discussed the audio Now, there are two glimpses of the speaker However, only one function here, while the other is a microphone

The power of the speaker sound is quite loud and also flat Now, I’ve tried to test it in the park with active outdoor mode To support the best features, ASUS equipped the Zenfone Live L1 with a 3000 mAh battery Standard usage, the battery can last all day However, for me whose life cannot be separated from the internet and multimedia which is almost 90% spent with the screen on, The screen-on time is almost 5 hours

Not satisfied, I tried testing again using the PCMark application, and was forced to work processing lots of data, and as a result, this 3000 mAh battery has more than 8 hours of durability To refill, from 7% to full, the default charger that has an output of 1 ampere takes almost 3 hours Well, if you look at the price, don’t expect fast charging Just now Alhamdulillah Okay, so the conclusion is, who is this ASUS Zenfone Live L1 suitable for? If you are looking for a smartphone with a little more speeding performance, metal body, and has a fingerprint sensor, please cross this Zenfone Live L1 from the list

This smartphone feels more suitable for you who have limited budjet but want to have a cellphone with a current 18: 9 screen, not too concerned about spec, which is important for photos on social media, Budjet is under Rp 15 million, already has a smartphone with the latest Oreo Android OS, full view display, and a camera that can photograph bokeh and maybe you won’t find this complete package on a smartphone in its class, at least until now

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