Asus Zenfone Lite L1 and Zenfone Max M1 now Listed Online with Android 8.0 Oreo

Asus Zenfone Max M1

A week back, Asus introduced two new smartphones in the budget segment for the Indian market called as the Zenfone Lite L1 and Zenfone Max M1 at an event. It was also announced that these budget-friendly smartphones will be available exclusively via Flipkart and will be appearing during Festive Dhamaka sale. These handsets have been listed on the e-comm website for an introductory price of Rs. 5,999 and Rs. 7,499 respectively for Zenfone Lite L1 and Zenfone Max M1.

Once the promo completes, these handsets will be going for sale for Rs. 6,999 and Rs. 8,999 respectively which a thousand more than the introductory price. Well, most of you might already the specs sheet of these handsets but we would like to remind you that the Zenfone Max L1 comes with a 5.45-inch Display with Snapdragon 430 SoC under the hood. It will come out of the box with Android 8.0 Oreo operating system and will come in 2GB RAM variant and 16GB of internal storage, that could be extended further up to a maximum of 512GB via MicroSD card slot.

On the rear, we can find a 13MP camera which will be accompanied with 5MP selfie camera on the front with LED flash. There is a 3000mAh battery on the back to power the device and will be available in Black and Gold color variants. Coming to the specs sheet of Max M1, it features the same 5.45-inch display and Android Oreo OS. It will be powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 Octa-core processor, with 1.4 GHz clocking speeds coupled with 3GB of RAM and Adreno 505 GPU.

There is a dual 13MP camera set up on the rear along with 8MP selfie camera with LED flash. It will come with a fingerprint sensor on the Rear and has 4000mAh battery on the back. The smartphone will be available on Sunlight Gold and Deepsea Black color variants. Both the handsets will run on ZenUI and will be Flipkart exclusive. Are you planning to get these handsets? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.

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