Asus has launched a full family of Zenfone 4 devices and it's serious about gaining some traction for these devices in the UK and across Europe. Different devices are launching in different territories and while the UK is slated to get the Zenfone 4 and the Zenfone 4 Max, it's the Zenfone 4 Pro that's the real star of the collection. There's a design theme running through the whole family of Zenfone 4 devices, so there's little to really differentiate the Zenfone 4 Pro from the regular Zenfone 4.
Asus is making a march back into the UK and Europe, setting the price of £450 against its Zenfone 4 model, launching into Europe at the company's We Love Photo event in Rome. Asus has had a marked absence from a number of smartphone markets, with the UK a particularly hard nut to crack, thanks to network dominance over the phones that people actually buy.
The Asus Zenfone 4 is a mid-range handset that comes with the addition of dual cameras on the back of the phone. Asus is shaking things up in the smartphone race, bringing a second wide-angle lens to the party. The Zenfone 4 has launched in a number of different guises in a number of different territories, but we got our hands on Asus' new phone at its We Love Photo launch event in Rome, as the company looks for inroads into the European market.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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