Asus is bringing its flagship smartphone in market, the ZenFone 2, to the US and Canada. Beginning tomorrow, the handset will be accessible in two flavors and its price will start from at $199 off-contract. Here’s all that you have to think about the new phablets.

Both handsets will dispatch with a 5.5-inch, 1080p display (403 PPI) that is covered with Gorilla Glass 3 and installed in a brushed aluminum case. The two new cheap smartphones offer a strong quad-core processor of Intel Z3560 at 1.8GHz with 2GB RAM and impressive internal storage of 16GB.

The beefier of the two will be powered by Intel’s Z3580 quad-center running at 2.33GHz. It’ll additionally have twice as much RAM at 4GB and 64GB of blaze storage. The speedier of the two phones will set you back an extra $100 however will probably be justified, despite all the trouble, particularly for force users.

Every handset will accompany a 13-megapixel back camera with f/2.0 gap lens and a 5-megapixel front-confronting shooter. An huge battery of 3,000mAh ought to keep Android 5.0 Lollipop (with a custom Asus overlay) up and running for an entire day. Also, as you’d anticipate from an advanced smartphone, it will come outfitted with LTE Cat4.

Both will be accessible in red, dark, dim and silver from May 19. Search for them at Amazon, B&H, Groupon and Newegg in the US and,, Canada Computer and Memory Express in Canada.

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