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ASUS Zenfone Max prices in Singapore

Say goodbye to power banks. The Asus ZenFone Max comes in with a massive battery capacity at a whooping 5000 mAh, letting you power through the day and then some. Put that large battery with an incredible CPU that's coupled with 2GB of RAM and you've got one great smartphone. Read more below!

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ASUS Zenfone Max Price by Country
Indonesia IDR 1,725,000
Malaysia MYR 609
Philippines PHP 5,264
Singapore SGD 186
Thailand THB 4,590

About ASUS Zenfone Max Singapore

Asus ZenFone Max Singapore

Battery life is always a big bother with the majority of the smartphone users worldwide. People will lug around power banks, but those days are over with the Asus ZenFone Max.

Asus ZenFone Max Singapore - Monster Battery?

The Asus ZenFone Max is one of the rare breeds of smartphones that comes with a massive 5000 mAh lithium-ion battery. The huge battery allows the smartphone to hold a charge for 38 days straight in standby – it's a monster of a battery; that's more than double than most other smartphones. With the ZenFone Max, you won't have to worry about carrying a power bank or a charger anymore, it'll last you through the day and more.

The battery is so large that it can even charge other smartphones too! Just plug in the other smartphone with a USB on-the-go (OTG) cable to the ZenFone Max, and you'll be charged in no time.

Asus Zenfone Max Singapore - out your use with the powerful internals

A large battery doesn't do much if its got nothing to power, which is why the ZenFone Max comes with a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset that also features 4G LTE connectivity for all your networking needs.

The Snapdragon 410 chipset has an ample processor that's paired with a generous 2GB of RAM – it can tear through most daily tasks and media consumption with ease and efficiency. The Adreno 306 graphics also allows for immersive gaming performance on the gorgeous 5.5 inch HD (720p) display.

LTE connectivity also gives the Asus ZenFone Max faster connectivity of up to 150Mbps. Downloading your apps and music will be a breeze, and your YouTube videos will load so fast you'd think they were stored locally in the smartphone. It's also got 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi so you'll always be with the fast speeds, no matter through 4G or Wi-Fi connectivity.

Gorilla Strong

If you're clumsy, don't worry. The ZenFone Max's gorgeous 5.5" HD display is protected by a layer of the reputable Corning Gorilla Glass 4. Gorilla Glass 4 displays offer twice the resistance to damages from drops, a 2.5x increase of strength and has a much lower chance of breaking in daily use. You won't have to worry about two things with the ZenFone Max: the long battery life and the super strong display.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-08-12
Given the success of its ZenFone lineup last year , it's only natural that ASUS wants to milk the branding for all it's worth. This led to the launch of more ZenFone-branded devices such as the ZenFone Selfie , ZenFone 2 Laser , and the ZenFone Max . Each...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-08
Battery life, Decent Performancegood Low resolutionbad
Whether you should buy a cheaper one or a premium model, is more about how much you can afford than what features you're looking for. In this review, we check out the Zenfone Max, which seems to be trying to break this mould.Looking at the phone, the Zenf...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-15
The 2016 model of the ASUS Zenfone Max brings improvements over its predecessor, boasting a better processor and double the storage. Its mainstay however, is still the 5,000mAh battery that powers it for a couple of days, and even charges other devices, c...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-29
Asus recently shocked all of us here in the office when we opened the combination lock and were treated to a 5-month old Zenfone Max. However, all of the confusion was cleared with online soft launch, as we learned that it was a new model that packed in a...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-29
Battery life, Solid build quality, Internal storagegood ZenUI experience and bloatware, No quick charging, Weightbad
The maiden ASUS ZenFone Max launched last year was not perfect, but it was a standout performer in the affordable smartphone segment with its stellar battery life. The company recently launched a refresh with upgraded internals and identical design – just...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-26
Asus launched the Zenfone Max last year, and it was a standout performer in the affordable price segment courtesy of its stellar battery life. Surprisingly within a couple of months, Asus launched a refreshed version of the smartphone with a few upgrades...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-23
Looks cute and good design, Decent cameras, Latest Android Marshmallow OS and useful features, Good battery backupgood Occasional lag, Doesn't have fingerprint scannerbad
The Asus Zenfone Max (2016) impresses almost in all segments including camera, battery and storage.Asus launched a revamped version of its Zenfone Max in May this year ( Read news ). The revamped Zenfone Max is also being called as Zenfone Max (2016). It...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-21
low temperature, very long battery life, dualSIM, bright, highcontrast screengood 720p resolution, weight, GPU & CPU performance, slow flash memorybad
Long, longer, ZenFone Max. Asus launches a smartphone on the market that follows one goal: The ZenFone Max is to achieve ultimate battery life. This begins with the hardware in the form of a strong 5000 mAh battery and ends with energy-saving software sol...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-16
Features: 7/10Performance: 7/10Design: 7/10Usability: 7/10Verdict: Powerbank strapped to your phone no more!Total Score: 7.8/10I have seen a huge amount of smartphones being debuted in this year 2016. One phone in particular caught my attention; one that...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-14
The new ASUS Zenfone Max is here with some minor changes internally yet the same design, camera, battery. We have already seen a number of features from the older Zenfone Max and we will cover what's new in the new Zenfone Max in this review. What has bee...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-03
The ASUS Zenfone Max has launched again with minor changes in it. The new Zenfone Max now sports a large 32 GB internal storage and a brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 having a 1.5 GHz octa-core processor whereas everything else is kept the same as you ha...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-03
Good performance, Well built, Good battery backupgood Camera could have been betterbad
Earlier this year, Asus announced its big battery smartphone, the Asus Zenfone Max. Despite its shortcomings in performance, the phone fared well in the sub-10k segment. However, with the recent launches in the segment, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410-powered...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-30
Asus had launched another variant of the Zenfone Max , the new Asus Zenfone Max that houses an octa core processor, running Marshmallow out of the box and comes with non-removable 5000 mAh battery. Read this Zenfone Max review to know more.Inside the box...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-30
It may not be the fastest ride - and it sure ain't the hottest - but it comes with a full tank and mileage to spare. 5,000 milliamp-hours... That's more juice than many tablets get and enough to charge 3 iPhone 6's. The Asus Zenfone Max is no joke when it...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-27
Great battery life, Decent performance, Android 6.0 preinstalled, Good cameragood Lowresolution screen, No fingerprint sensor, ZenUI can be intrusivebad
One of Asus' most popular smartphones of late has been the Asus ZenFone Max (Review). Launched in January this year, it offered a solution of one of many smartphone's biggest flaws: battery life. Although the phone was average in most ways, it certainly e...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-26
Huge capable battery, Great price for the 2GB version, Comfortable screen, despite the resolution, Sturdy, Looks fantastic in orange, Not bad camera, Comes with Android 6.0.1good Awful amount of intrusive bloatware, Middling processor specbad
The Asus Zenfone Max has such a big fat battery inside it that it can actually charge other phones (yes, a couple of other phones have been there, done that). Asus even puts in a cable to do just that inside the box.Not only does the device have a 5,000 m...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-01
Good battery life, lasts a full day, Screen quality and brightness is impressive despite 720p resolution, Good speaker quality, Laser autofocus works fast, Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protects well from scratches and shattering, Excellent cell receptiongood Phone is heavy and large for a 5.5 inch screen, Snapdragon 410 can be slow, Minimum screen brightness is too high, autobrightness can be quirky, Image quality can be betterbad
ASUS' Zenfone lineup has always been about value for money, and the Zenfone MAX continues this trend. One might not expect much from the MAX's unassuming $249 price tag, but the Zenfone provides many surprises, including its massive 5000 mAh battery, Corn...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-27
SummaryIt's a great smartphone for those who want great battery life and great performance for your money. Comes with a decent camera, really nice build quality, and most important of all, a smooth Android experience. All these comes in quite a low price...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-27
Ever since smartphones took over our pockets, people have always complained about one thing: battery life. And while some brands have attempted to come up with devices packed with large batteries, they've never made them look good or it would always have...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-23
Returning from a 3 day camp at Pulau Ubin, I was presently surprised to find a package from ASUS at my doorstep. Inside, the Zenfone MAX, an intriguing phone with a monstrous 5000mAh battery. After charging the phone to 100% and starting it up in the morn...
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