We recently did review of Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 (3 GB variant) and now Asus sent us same model two weeks ago with 6GB variant. In 3GB variant we found how amazingly it was designed and how long lasting it battery was. We did similar testing with 6GB variant as well.
You may think it won’t make much of a difference but, it does. We did lot of game testing with this 6GB variant. I’ll get into it further in this article. Let’s get started with the review.
Coming to design of Zenfone Max Pro M1 (6GB) it is totally similar to 3GB variant and 4GB one.
The back is a unique mark magnet, yet the camera module on the ZenFone Max Pro M1 scarcely projects from the suspension.
The back mounted unique finger impression sensor is brisk and precise, and the setup procedure is likewise very smart. The cell phone is accessible in Gray and Midnight Black.
The format of catches and ports is the equivalent likewise with alternate variations of this phone.
There is a SIM slot on the left, with isolated openings for two Nano-SIMs and a microSD card. The power catch and volume rocker are on the right, and are very little yet all around set.
The absence of USB Type-C is baffling. The deep rooted Micro-USB port is available on the base, chipped by a 3.5mm earphone jack and a solitary amplifier, or, in other words and tinny.
Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 6GB Performance
|Zenfone Max Pro M1 3GB||Zenfone Max Pro M1 6GB|
|AnTuTu Benchmark score||113660||112577|
|PC Mark Work 2.0||5887||6073|
|Ice Storm Unlimited||19498||19589|
The Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 handled all that we tossed at it – from essential everyday apps, for example, surfing the Web and utilizing online networking applications, to escalated outstanding burdens – with no issues.
Indeed, even overwhelming experience like the as of late published heavy game Asphalt 9 kept running effortlessly, and the phone did not warm up excessively when pushed.
We played the famous game PUBG Mobile as well and it worked on Medium graphics effortlessly. And with 5000mAh battery when charged 100%, we were able to play easily 9-10 games of PUBG mobile. (Avg game time was 20 mins)
With 6GB of RAM games loaded more rapidly, and our review unit kept most applications running out of sight, even those left unused for an entire day.
We played quite a lot of game on this 6GB variant.
Like I said, while playing PUBG Mobile, it automatically selected medium graphics setting and I did not face a single lag.
I also played new map Sanhok and it did not lag or face any frame drops in that either.
My users have complained that new Map Sanhok lags terribly in their devices but ZenFone Max Pro M1 was astonishing and performed way better than out expectations.
I played PUBG Mobile in 3GB variant as well, but in 3GB the game automatically selected low graphics.
The game did not lag in 3GB either but I had to play on low graphics.
Later, we played the Asphalt 9 which is a really high graphics game. I had decent experience while playing the game on 6GB variant.
There were zero frame drops and it worked very smoothly.
However, I did not play this game on 3GB variant so I didn’t have a chance to compare. But I’m sure, 6GB variant would’ve outranked 3GB one.
The best part about gaming in Zenfone Max Pro M1 is, your phone will not heat up much. And you won’t have to play games while charging. The batter really does lasts long.
The ZenFone Max Pro M1 6GB is certainly justified regardless of the cost. And just in case if you’re searching for a budget phone that can play present day rigorous games and other tasks without breaking a sweat, then this is the phone you should be buying.
The phone is absolutely amazing and it comes with 5,000mAh grand battery and with 1 year warranty.