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The ZenFone 2 Laser belongs to the second generation of the Asus ZenFone which includes eight different phones, each with a standout feature. For example, the ZenFone 2 Deluxe has a full HD (1,920x1,080p) display, while the ZenFone 2 Selfie comes with a 13-MP front camera. The Laser’s key highlight is its 13-MP camera and the laser auto-focus feature that allows faster and accurate focusing. At 9,999, it faces stiff competiton from Micromax’s Yu Yureka Plus ( 8,999) and Lenovo’s K3 Note ( 9,999).

Big but handy

Impressive display

A different Android flavour

Interestingly, double-tapping on the home button reduces the vertical length of the screen, and puts everything within the range of the fingers of the hand that is holding the phone. The Apple iPhone 6 also has this feature.

Good daytime camera

Consistent and dependable

Asus has used the 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor and paired it with 2 GB RAM. The phone handled most tasks, including games like Fifa 15, without any signs of slowing down or heating up on the back panel. Switching between apps was smooth, if not super quick. The Laser supports 4G network in both SIM slots.

It is powered by a 3,000 mAh battery that easily lasts over a day on a single charge.


The sheer number of features that the ZenFone 2 Laser offers is impressive. It stands out amid the likes of Yu Yureka Plus and K3 Note owing to its performance and screen, as well as its build quality.

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