Asus launched the ZenFone Max Pro yesterday in Delhi, India. With a starting price of ₹10,999, the smartphone packs pretty good specifications and is ready to be compared with some of the popular mid-ranges including Honor 7X, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Honor 9 Lite and Redmi Note 5. We have brought you the exclusive Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 Camera Samples.
The newcomer seems to be very good at daylight photography. Colors are vibrant and image look sharp. The accuracy of colors is also commendable and I personally feel that it is better than the Honor 9 Lite and Redmi Note 5 in terms of daylight photography. See the samples below:
The ZenFone Max Pro M1 is also good at HDR mode. The algorithm works fine, making me remember Nokia 7 Plus’ HDR algorithm which nailed the OnePlus 5T. Check out that camera comparison here. Anyway, ZenFone Max Pro M1’s HDR effectively covers light and dark part of the images simultaneously and in result, it produces a satisfactory photo. See the samples below:
Now this feature has become very common these days. Everyone wants this feature and probably that’s why smartphone makers are adding this particular feature in even low-end smartphones. The Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 is very good when it comes to Bokeh Mode. It effectively blurs the background, even the edges of the primary object look very sharp; thanks to its very good algorithm. See the samples below:
Well, lowlight photography is often challenging and most of you already know this. But the camera performance of ZenFone Max Pro M1 in lowlight condition is not bad. The handset captures overall good images. The image does have noise but less than the lowlight photos taken from Redmi Note 5. Color accuracy and sharpness are still there. See the samples below:
So that’s it guys, do tell us how do you feel about these images. Are they better than the Honor 9 Lite or Redmi Note 5?