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ASUS ZenFone AR Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateJul 2017
Processor frequency2.35 GHz
Processor familyQualcomm Snapdragon
Processor model821
Processor cores4
Display diagonal14.5 cm (5.7")
Display resolution2560 x 1440 pixels
Screen shapeFlat
Display typeAMOLED
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Second displayNo
Ports & interfaces
USB portYes
USB connector typeMicro-USB
USB version2.0
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Weight170 g
Width77.4 mm
Depth8.9 mm
Height158.7 mm
SIM card capabilityDual SIM
Mobile network generation4G
SIM card typeNanoSIM
3G standardsUMTS
4G standardLTE
2G standardsGSM
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac),802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version4.2
Bluetooth profilesA2DP
3G bands supported850,900,1800,1900 MHz
Tethering (modem-mode)Yes
Wi-Fi DirectYes
RAM capacity6 GB
Internal storage capacity128 GB
Compatible memory cardsMicroSDXC
Maximum memory card size2000 GB
USB mass storageYes
Position locationYes
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)Yes
GPS (satellite)Yes
Electronic compassYes
Wi-Fi positioningYes
Operating system installedAndroid 7.0
App distribution platformGoogle Play
Google applicationsGoogle Maps,Google Play,YouTube
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)23 MP
Front camera typeSingle camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)8 MP
Rear camera flashYes
Rear camera aperture number2
Front camera aperture number2
Flash typeLED
Video recording modes720p,1080p
Auto focusYes
Zoom capabilityYes
Video recordingYes
Night modeYes
Battery capacity3300 mAh
Form factorBar
Product colourBlack
Video callYes
Graphics adapterAdreno 530
Fingerprint readerYes
Personal info management (PIM)Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Events reminder, Notes, To-do list
Flight modeYes
PersonalizationIcons, Menu, Shortcuts
Support for contact groupsYes
Microphone muteYes
Vibrating alertYes
Subscription typeNo subscription

Reviews of ASUS ZenFone AR
Reviewed on 2017-08-06
Launched last July 24, 2017, the ASUS Zenfone AR is having a hard time getting the heart of the consumers with its flagship-level price. The device is packed with great specs and new technology like being Tango enabled and Daydream-ready smartphone.If you...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-06
Launched last July 24, 2017, the ASUS Zenfone AR is having a hard time getting the heart of the consumers with its flagship-level price. The device is packed with great specs and new technology like being Tango enabled and Daydream-ready smartphone.If you...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-22
Design, Display, General and gaming performance, AR/VR features, Software, Camera Performance, Audio Quality (Headphones)
Build quality, Uses a processor from last year, Average battery life, Expected steep price tag
The Zenfone AR was one of two devices announced by ASUS at CES 2017, and featured at Computex 2017. It packs one of the most powerful chips to date, with the rest of the specsheet boasting impressive numbers. But that's not the end of the story, as it's...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-20
It was in 2014 when Google first introduced Project Tango, a technology for smartphones that enables them to fully tap on Augmented Reality (AR) applications. Then in January of this year, ASUS announced its first smartphone to feature such tech – the Zen...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-19
Despite being a relative newcomer to the Android arena compared to their competitors, Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS has managed to produce smartphones with compelling tech – they were the first to come out with a phone with 4GB of RAM when 3GB was thought o...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-08
ASUS' first Tango-powered, ultra-premium phone, the ZenFone AR, is expected to launch later this month in the Philippines. We've already seen the phone while we were in ASUS' hometown last week, but today the company decided to send over a review sample...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-01
Mixed reality has been growing more traction worldwide. In fact, when I met Josh Vergara of Android Authority this Computex 2017, he said that speculations about the upcoming Pixel 3 having Tango embedded to its system has been going around.In the Philipp...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
The ZenFone AR is the first smartphone certified for Google Tango (AR) and Daydream (VR), so if you want to experience mobile VR/AR, this is your way in. Although, you'll have to pay a premium price to do so.Tell me about the VR and AR stuffGoogle...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-08
AR and VR compatible, high-quality sturdy case, fast UFS 2.0 storage, LTE Cat. 11, WQHD OLED display, decent camera, high performance
very expensive, only few Tango apps available, no hybrid Dual-SIM slot, short battery life
Enhanced Reality. Asus's ZenFone AR combines Augmented with Virtual Reality: it is, after all, the first smartphone ever certified for Google Tango as well as Daydream. The most interesting question is whether or not its AR- and VR-features justify its hi...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-20
Quick performance, ZenUI affords a lot of customization, Only phone with both Tango (AR) and Daydream (VR)
Heats up very easily, Battery life is awful, Camera is very inconsistent with color capture; details sometimes as well, Confusing menu layouts, with no useful search option, Price pits it against some of the best in smartphones today
Asus is no stranger to niche devices, although AR and VR are slowly beginning to shed this perception. Being the first mobile device to support both Tango and Daydream, Google's AR and VR platforms, the ZenFone AR retails as much less of a niche product...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-12
Luscious Super AMOLED display, Gobs of RAM (8GB LPDDR4), Only phone on the market to support both Tango and Daydream, Premium design
Older SoC (Snapdragon 821), AR does not feel ready for prime time, Disappointing battery life, Pricey
Owners of the ASUS ZenFone AR may be tempted to ask their friends and co-workers, "Do you even AR, bro?". Asking that question is a surefire way to solicit puzzled (and perhaps annoyed) looks, but once they see what the ZenFone AR is capable of, those dir...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-09
Impressive display, Powerful cameras, Loaded innards
Limited practical use-cases for AR and VR, Google Daydream headset needs to be purchased separately, Average battery life, Photos by Raj Rout, Facebook Comments, ShareTweet
As noted in our first impressions of the ASUS ZenFone AR, the phone doesn't look much different from the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe ( review ). You get a large 5.7-inch display up front, which means it isn't meant for a single-hand usage. It's quite thick when...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-09
With support for Project Tango and Daydream, the Asus Zenfone AR is for augmented reality and virtual reality enthusiasts. If you long to escape the real world to explore new and virtual environments, the Zenfone AR is the tool you need.The Asus Zenfone A...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-28
Every time a new platform comes out, the gadget world runs headfirst into a vicious Catch-22: How do you get people to adopt new technology when there isnt any content, and if there isnt anyone using the tech, how do you convince developers to make cont...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-24
Has a super bright and sharp display, Unique camera system onboard (thanks to Tango spec req.), Phone body has a no-frills premium build, Battery life is generous (when not using AR), Has Google Tango AR inside
Tango app selection lacking, Retail price a bit high for non-AR users, Some AR apps drain battery fairly quick
This is SlashGear's ASUS ZenFone AR Review – complete with Google Tango onboard. This is a review of both the device and the AR – reviewed together and separately. While the device's full worth does take Tango into account, we've also considered the idea...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-21
Nice, bright display, Supports both Tango AR and Daydream VR, Good camera
Poor battery life, Not water resistant, AR apps aren't compelling
Eight months ago, a phone called the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro arrived and brought with it a not-yet-fully-realized promise of advanced AR. It was a giant slab of a smartphone, built to Google's specifications for its Tango AR product, and it didn't make a great...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-19
Support for both Daydream VR and Google Tango, Great display, Impressive audio quality, Surprisingly good camera, Solid performance, even with Tango apps
ASUS's ZenUI feels like overkill, Disappointing battery life, Many Tango experiences miss the mark, Not compelling if you're not interested in Tango
Google's Tango augmented reality technology isn't new, and its debut last year on Lenovo's Phab2 Pro left a lot to be desired. I mean, honestly, as neat as AR apps can be, an enormous phone with a mid-range chipset wasn't the best vehicle for them. Meanw...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-17
It's not often you see a phone pack in multiple experimental Google features, but ASUS has done it with the ASUS ZenFone AR. The company's latest flagship phone is built for Google Tango, a once experimental augmented reality (AR) system that has now made...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-17
The display is a tolerable size with a crisp resolution, nice color balance, and good viewing angles, It's pretty good, especially coming from Asus. Most outdoor photos come out looking nice, indoor and lowlight shots are hit or miss, though, Even though...
It feels weak and it's quite loud. The noise it makes is also really, really annoying, To say that it's disappointing would be an understatement. It's subpar with normal use, annoyingly bad with heavy usage, and absolutely deplorable with Tango, I am stil...
Google has partnered with another manufacturer to produce a phone with Tango on board, for better or for worse. Stepping up to the plate this time is Asus with the ZenFone AR. The first phone ever to support both Tango and Daydream VR comes in a much, muc...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-17
Stylish desig, Solid performanc, Excellent camer, Supports Google Daydream VR and Project Tango
Single speaker lacks oomp, AR and VR quickly drains the batter, Not enough Project Tango apps right now
When it comes to augmented and virtual reality on smartphones, it's been an either-or-case for nearly every device up until now. Not so with the Asus ZenFone AR ($599 unlocked, $649 Verizon). The first to combine Google’s Project Tango AR technology with...
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