The Asus ZenFone 7 Pro is an advanced device, as it contains a lot of advanced
and new specifications as well, as it features a bright and clear screen and a camera of great quality.
Just a glance
2020 is the year of punch hole cameras on smartphones,
but one company is sticking to flip cameras, which are obviously great for taking selfies.
according to Asus people really like the flip camera on last year’s zenfone 6,
so much that it decided to keep this unique feature for its new 5g flagship model, the Zenfone 7 pro.
The Zenfone 7 pro is undeniably a direct descendant of the Zenfone 6 , but it’s obviously thanks to its 6.67 inch screen, it also feels heavier at 230 grams.
the flip camera module has gained a third camera, this is actually an 8 megapixel telephoto camera, which does three times zoom with optical image stabilization.
and the battery is still a 5000 milliamp hour cell, which is plentiful.
- The camera flips are still cool, and you get an extra lens
- The display without a notch is still great
- Heavy at 230g, it’s not the easiest to carry
- Flip mechanism means no IP rating
|Display||6.7-inch AMOLED (FHD+; 90Hz)|
|CPU||Snapdragon 865 Plus|
|Cameras||64MP main (ƒ/1.8), 12MP ultrawide, 8MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom|
|OS||Android 10 with ZenUI 7|
|Size||6.5 x 3.04 x 0.37 inches|
As we said, ZenFone 7 Pro is not much different in design than ZenFone 6, except in body.
The ZenFone 7 Pro features a relatively large screen, and as we know the star of the phone (the reflex camera) has an additional lens and this is another addition from the previous version, and there is a lower frame on the upper and lower chin.
There are also a few changes in the design, such as the fingerprint sensor,
as it has been moved from the back of the phone and integrated into the lock button (large) located on the right side, and this large button on ZenFone 7 Pro features accuracy and speed in reading fingerprints.
In terms of bulk, ZenFone 7 Pro is big and thick,
however the sides are so thin that it is a bit difficult to grasp when the phone is flat,
and I don’t know when I tested I felt completely insecure when holding it.
As for the pop-up camera, it occupies a larger part of the upper part from the back,
and when you open it by switching to the front camera mode,
you can feel the gears and mechanisms rotating inside the phone,
but it will not bother you, it was a natural sound for me and quieter than the previous version.
In terms of the screen, ZenFone 7 Libra features a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen that is gorgeous in all proportions and has no blemish on the divorce, it is bright and crisp, even if the FHD + resolution does not completely reach the WQHD + sharpness of the Samsung Galaxy S20 line.
It also has a screen refresh rate of 90Hz, and it gives you a smooth and enjoyable scrolling experience, whether you are browsing through social media or just sifting through the applications on the home screen.
which is highly welcome especially for playing games like PUBG Mobile and other games that support the update. The highest rates.
The flagship of ZenFone phones is the flip camera.
You will find that the three cameras on ZenFone 7 are a typical set of prime lenses, the ultra-high-resolution and high-definition, and the telephoto lenses you’ll find on most flagships are accurate and distortion-free as well.
Where when we tested the camera, it fit enough, so the pictures were elegant and clear.
And the beauty here is that the camera not only flips a block to take selfies, but can also stop at a few intervals along the 180-degree journey from the back directly to the front completely.
You cannot move the block up and down at any angle at all, but despite that, you can choose from three different settings, at 45 degrees, 90 degrees, or approximately 135 degrees.)
The main camera is a 64MP f / 1.8 camera with OIS, and although this is not the most impressive camera we have seen on phones, it has HD quality in clarity and detail.
Where the main lens can record up to 8K video at 30 frames per second,
it also returns photo modes that take advantage of the reversible camera.
As for battery, ZenFone 7 Pro comes with a 5000 mAh battery
It comes with a 30-watt charger in the box, which is a noticeable improvement in the charger over previous versions, as it comes with a power of 18 watts that comes with ZenFone 6.
And when we tested, we found that recharging the 7 Pro to about 50% of the battery was achieved within an hour, which is an amazing rate compared to other phones.
And you can extend battery life, by enabling the inherited software feature of Asus ROG 3: Slow Charging.
This is a very useful feature, as you can set restrictions on the charging speed of ZenFone 7 Pro, and you can also set a maximum charge of 90%.
ZenFone 7 Pro offered many features different from its predecessor in almost every way, including screen characteristics, better specifications in the addition of a rear camera with a better camera, as the additional imaging capability provided by the telephoto lens is great, especially because it doubles with selfies. In addition to the advantages in battery life and charging.
The ZenFone 7 Pro is an impressive phone with what it boasts more than its upper-middle-class competitors.