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Ever wanted to push mobile photography to even greater lengths? Now you can with the Asus Zenfone Zoom. It's a smartphone that packs all of the great Zenfone features and performance – plus the world's thinnest 3x optical-zoom smartphone camera. Read more below!

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Specs of ASUS ZenFone Zoom

ASUS ZenFone Zoom Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateApr 2016
Processor familyIntel® Atom™
Processor modelZ3590
Processor cores4
Idle States
Thermal Monitoring Technologies
Execute Disable Bit
Processor boost frequency2.5 GHz
Processor cache2 MB
Processor threads4
Display diagonal14 cm (5.5")
Display resolution1080 x 1920 pixels
Orientation sensor
Display typeIPS
Aspect ratio9:16
Pixel density403 ppi
Ports & interfaces
USB port
USB connector typeMicro-USB
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Weight185 g
Width78.8 mm
Depth158.9 mm
Height11.9 mm
SIM card capabilitySingle SIM
SIM card typeMicroSIM
2G standardsGSM
4G standardLTE
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,802.11ac,802.11b,802.11g,802.11n
Bluetooth version4.1
2G bands (primary SIM)850,900,1800,1900 MHz
3G bands supported850,900,1700,1900,2100 MHz
4G bands supported700,800,850,900,1700,1800,1900,2100,2600 MHz
Near Field Communication (NFC)
RAM capacity4 GB
Internal storage capacity128 GB
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash)
Maximum memory card size128 GB
Position location
GPS (satellite)
Electronic compass
Operating system installedAndroid
Operating system version5.0
Rear camera resolution (numeric)13 MP
Auto focus
Built-in flash
Front camera typeSingle camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)5 MP
Zoom capability
Digital zoom12x
Flash typeLED
Battery technologyLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Battery capacity3000 mAh
Form factorBar
Colour of productBlack
Subscription typeNo subscription

The World's Thinnest 3x optical-zoom smartphone Zenfone Zoom from Asus Hong Kong

The Asus Zenfone Zoom is undoubtedly a smartphone that places a strong emphasis on photography – as evident by the "Zoom" name. It is also the world's thinnest 3x optical-zoom smartphone, thanks to the innovative 10-element HOYA lens arrangement built into the camera module on the back of the smartphone.

It is not an easy task to build the world's thinnest smartphone with 3x optical zoom, but Asus being Asus has done it well once again. For the first time ever, you can have a smartphone with great camera capabilities and true optical zoom without having to carry a thick and cumbersome smartphone around; say good bye to your compact digital cameras as well. Besides the 3x optical zoom, the Zenfone Zoom also has optical image stabilization (OIS) for better blur-free shots and video; dual-LED Real Tone flash for more natural lighting; and an insanely fast 0.03 second laser auto-focus – you will never miss a shot again. If the 3x optical zoom is still not enough however, there is a total of 12x zoom, inclusive of digital zoom.

A Zen In Design for Asus Hong Kong

The Asus Zenfone Zoom is not all about the camera, its also about how it has been meticulously crafted in a 201-step process that strives for design perfection. It all starts with the beautiful aerospace-grade allow that is precision-milled and diamond-cut to craft a special metal frame that will make up the majority of the smartphone's body. Nano-molding technology then fuses the antenna seamlessly to the aluminium frame, preventing the phone from having any unsightly antenna lines on its design.

Sitting on the rear of the cool metal frame is a premium leather surface that is sourced only from the finest ox leather. The leather is then tailored through traditional Italian tailoring that is impeccably precise. It just feels right in the hand. The front facing Full HD display is protected by the tough and durable Corning Gorilla Glass 4.

PC-Grade Performance in the Zenfone Zoom

Powering the powerful features and camera of this smartphone is Intel's very own 64-bit Z3590 Atom processor that is clocked at 2.5Ghz, and assisted with a generous 4GB of 64-bit dual channel RAM; providing unprecedented levels never before seen in a smartphone of this caliber. The Zenfone Zoom's large 3000 mAh battery capacity lets you take more photos and videos before having to recharge the phone, and when you have to charge it up, it will go from 0% to 60% in just under 40 minutes – now that is fast.

Reviews of ASUS ZenFone Zoom
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
As you would have guessed by Its name, the ZenFone Zoom has a camera system with a 3x optical zoom, in fact, having a thickness of only 11.95 mm, it's the world's slimmest smartphone with 3x optical zoom. This optical zoom system is made out of a 10-eleme...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-27
Having reviewed both smartphones for the past weeks, I would like to share my opinions between these 2 flagship devices. One is the top-of-the-range smartphone, and the finest Android device to beat (review). The other is the thinnest optical zoom smartph...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-26
ASUS has been trying to make a mark in the US phone market for years, first with its hit-or-miss Padfone line and more recently with the budget-friendly ZenFone 2 . Then, for reasons nearly beyond comprehension, the company decided to shoehorn a zoom lens...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-11
Cameracentric design with dedicated controls, Ample storage, Optical zoom, Powerful innards, Charges in a jiffy
Cluttered interface that's full of bloatware, Camera performance doesn't match rivals, Poor battery life
“What would you get when you combine ASUS' loaded ZenFone 2 with camera-centric hardware? The ZenFone Zoom”While the Indian market is being bombarded with a variety of smartphones, from both international brands and new-age companies alike, only a handful...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-07
“The ZenFone Zoom comes with serious camera hardware, but can it deliver? Let's find out”After establishing the ZenFone series as a solid choice for the masses, it seems that the Taiwanese brand ASUS is now targeting niche segments. The ZenFone 2 (review...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-02
After a successful run with the Zenfone 2 series in 2015, ASUS is making smartphones to target specific user segments, like the mega-storage 128GB Zenfone 2 Deluxe, the mega-battery Zenfone Max (5000 mAh). Here in this review, a smartphone with 3x optical...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-28
Fantastic battery life, Physical camera controls, True optical zoom
Runs older version of Android, Inconsistent picture quality, Bloatware that's borderline spam
I cringe every time I watch someone pinch-to-zoom on their smartphone's screen right before snapping a photo. The seemingly simple act of zooming in on an object, despite what the screen on the phone displays at the time, almost guarantees the end result...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-26
Practical build quality with premium materials, Cameracentric ergonomics, Innovative camera zoom design
Lackluster photo and video output, Mediocre battery life for multimedia and content creation, Large footprint for medium sized screen
We don't see “experiment phones” as often as we used to. Smartphone design is largely homogenizing around a limited range of design options and aesthetics. Whenever a company takes a risk, targets a specific niche, it's always exciting to see what might a...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-24
Nice display, Excellent build quality, Impressive manual mode performance, Competitive price
A bit thick / hefty, No Android 6.0 (yet), Camera struggles in low light with current firmware, Auto mode not great
At a glance, you may assume the phone we're testing here is one you've seen before -- a Nokia Lumia 1020 clone perhaps? Despite having a similar circular camera fixture on the handset's back side, suggesting a strong focus on photography, this is actually...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-20
Camera The Zoom mostly delivers on its promise of a topnotch camera, Battery life The 3000mAh battery is goodnotgreat in terms of raw capacity, but OS optimizations make charging an every other day activity, Performance The 64bit Intel SoC with 4GB of RAM...
Display It's big, it looks nice and gets brighter than cheaper ZenFone variants, but we're rapidly approaching a point where 1080p on 5.5” canvas is budget quality
It wasn't long ago that ASUS, while beloved by many on the desktop computing scene, was hardly a player when it came to smartphones. Some early Android tablet adopters will remember their Transformer books, but the ZenFone line is relatively new and has b...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-19
Asus' ZenFone Zoom breaks new ground with a built-in optical zoom camera that doesn't stick out or appear to move. Photos taken are generally great, but worse in low light
The phone software peppers you with ads by default. Camera performance feels sluggish
The Asus ZenFone Zoom is the first phone with an optical zoom lens that doesn't protrude out of the phone, a mighty impressive accomplishment. But don't start tossing money at Asus just yet. The phone's spammy software and slow camera drag it down too muc...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-12
If you recall the ZenFone Zoom's CES 215 announcement, you may notice that the back cover is slightly different to the production unit. The former had a smooth plastic cover while the latter looks leathery. Due to the Zoom's aggressive pricing, I suspecte...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-10
Amazing performance, Great battery life, Leather back feels nice, Shutter buttons rock
Camera bump adds bulk, Camera sensor is mediocre, Software is filled with bloat, Android 5.0 in 2016 is unacceptable
Clever hardware elevates an already great phone line even higher, but the execution stumbles a bit.ASUS has taken the the already impressive ZenFone 2 and turned it into something fun for anyone who enjoys the control of a DSLR camera but isn't planning o...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-10
3x optical zoom, Manual camera controls, Premium build
Sluggish camera app, No 4K video, Unimpressive battery life, Dated UI with heavy skin and lots of bloatware
The Asus ZenFone Zoom is a camera-oriented unlocked phone with one big selling point: a 3x optical zoom. Most phones feature prime lenses that rely on digital zoom—essentially in-camera cropping—to bring distant subjects into closer view. The end result i...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-10
Amazing performance, Great battery life, Leather back feels nice, Shutter buttons rock
Camera bump adds bulk, Camera sensor is mediocre, Software is filled with bloat, Android 5.0 in 2016 is unacceptable
Clever hardware elevates an already great phone line even higher, but the execution stumbles a bit.ASUS has taken the the already impressive ZenFone 2 and turned it into something fun for anyone who enjoys the control of a DSLR camera but isn't planning o...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-04
Rear camera has 3x optical zoo, Dedicated camera control, Built-in manual photo mod, Removable leather bac, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage come standard
White balance issues with camer, Subpar battery lif, Mediocre audi, Clunky interface
Smartphone cameras have replaced dedicated cameras for everyday photo snapping because they're thinner and always with you, but one of the features that remains out of reach for most smartphone cameras is the power to zoom. I'm talking about real optical...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-04
Premium look and feel, microSD card support, Great dedicated shutter button
The camera itself is lacking, Too many useless apps, Average battery life
There's potential for zoom lenses on phones — just not this oneDo you need a zoom lens on your phone? For years, consumers have been more than satisfied with the default focal length of iPhones and Android handsets. It's a wide — but not too wide — view t...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-03
3x optical zoom gets us closer to a shot, Rich set of shooting modes & controls, Relatively slim profile, Premium design, Fast recharge time, Snappy processing performance, Not terribly expensive at $399
No major improvements to image quality, No 4K UHD video recording option, Video stabilization is limited to 720p mode, Lack of continuous autofocus, Extremely cold screen color temperature, Washed out looking screen
Asus has found its niche in the mid-range segment, as opposed to trying to duke it out with the elites in the high-end space. From the looks of it, though, it's working out for the company, at least for the most part. Its Asus ZenFone 2, for instance, pr...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-03
Impressive camera, Massive internal storage
Unconfirmed for the UK, Middling design
Asus Zenfone Zoom Hands-On Review at IFA 2015: Smartphone makers have been trying to offer phones with DSLR-like capabilities for a while now and the Zenfone Zoom is Asus' latest attempt. We went hands-on.For a company that has a history of plastic-heavy...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-07
Slick design, Thoughtful button placement, Some neat ZenUI features, Slight reduction of photo noise
Squishy button action, Questionable value, Subpar screen, ZenUI hurts more than helps, Camera doesn't rock the boat
There have been huge advancements in the lens technology found in today's smartphones, but it's still commonly the low point of the experience. The Asus ZenFone Zoom hopes to reverse that trend.To do that, Asus' latest phone packs in a snapper that's ca...
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