Asus 8Z First Impression Review: Good, Bad And X-Factor

After several months of the transnational launch, the 8Z is eventually then, which is presently the most compact Android flagship. With the Asus 8Z, the company seems to be targeting the iPhone12/13 mini followership, who are looking for a largely compact smartphone with a top- league specs distance. 


The Asus 8Z is the one smartphone that could take on the likes of the mini iPhones. Despite the compact form factor, the device does offer features like the Snapdragon 888 SoC, up to 12 GB RAM, 256 GB storehouse, and indeed has a mAh battery. I've been testing the Asus 8Z, and then's the first print of the compact Android flagship smartphone. 

Asus 8Z The Good 

Still, compact and runs on Android Zilches, the Asus 8Z might be the only choice, If you're looking for a smartphone that's featherlight. Not just that, indeed in terms of figure quality, the device offers a glass sandwich design with a essence frame. Another important aspect of the Asus 8Z is the fact that the device comes with a3.5 mm headphone jack, a point indeed full-sized smartphones are missing these days. On top of that, there's a stereo speaker setup, which gets plenty loud, although not as loud as the ROG Phone 5s. There's a binary-camera setup with a 64MP primary camera with OIS, and there's also support for 8K videotape recording. And also there's a 12MPultra-wide angle lens. The primary camera can take some good shots in nearly every lighting situation. Still, theultra-wide angle tends to take prints with no details, especially in low- light conditions. 


Asus 8Z The Bad 

A phone with a compact display has its own set of disadvantages and one of those is happy consumption. The5.92- inch AMOLED display would have sounded massive just a many times agone. Still, in 2022, where content consumption has taken the center seat, the display feels lower, especially when compared to phones with a6.7- inch display. Although the Asus 8Z has a mAh battery, the Snapdragon 888 chip is a battery overeater, and the device struggles to offer each- day battery life on a single charge. Again, if you're a gamer, you'll also feel that the display isn't large enough, especially to play titles like PUBG or COD Mobile, where, controls take up utmost of the screen real estate. The small-sized lattice also makes this phone run hotter, especially with nonstop gaming. In my testing, I felt that the frame of the phone gets so hot, I just stopped playing. Still, the phone did get cool down in just a matter of twinkles. This is surely commodity that one needs to consider, especially if you stay in an area with a hot climate. Another caveat of the Asus 8Z is that the phone vessels with an Android 11 Zilches update. Although the company has promised an Android 12 update, the phone should have come with the rearmost Android, especially considering Android 13 beta is formerly available for the public. Still, the phone does offer stock Android UI, which is a relief. 


Asus 8Z The X-Factor 

Despite the compact form factor, the Asus 8Z offers a specs distance that's on par with the other Snapdragon 888 SoC. This phone has a5.92- inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate along with an in- display point detector. Hence, the over robustness look smoother and everything on the phone feels fluid. The audio experience on the Asus 8Z is also on par with the competition. The device has stereo speakers, and there's a3.5 mm headphone jack with support for HD audio support. The Asus 8Z is surely for those, who want a phone that's compact yet important. With a retail price ofRs., it's slightly more precious than the lately launched iQOO 9 SE and indeed the OnePlus 9RT. Although the package looks enough instigative, the company should have priced the Asus 8Z slightly more aggressively. Stay tuned for our full review to learn further about the Asus 8Z. 


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