Best overall Best for photography Best for AR Best overall ASUS ZenFone 4 Pro See at Amazon See at Best Buy ASUS's latest flagship, the ZenFone 4 Pro, packs a lot of power into a well-built metal and glass phone. It features the powerful Snapdragon 835 chipset, along with 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of internal storage, and an impressive 3600mAh battery. Show More Summary
All of Apple's new iPhones are ready for augmented reality. The iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X are designed with AR capabilities built-in, a lot like ASUS' ZenFone AR and other Google Tango-powered devices. AR is being billed as the medium of...Show More Summary
Owners of the ASUS ZenFone AR may be tempted to ask their friends and co-workers, "Do you even AR, bro?" Actually asking that question is a surefire way to solicit puzzled (and perhaps annoyed) looks, but once they see what the ZenFone AR is capable of, those dirty glances and quizzical faces will quickly morph into ones of excited curiosity,...
The ZenFone AR offers a unique augmented reality experience as the technology begins to mature. The phone feels great with the leather back, looks fabulous with the high resolution Super AMOLED screen, and has the internal specs needed to power it for all business use.
The Zenfone AR from Asus is the first to support Google's Project Tango augmented reality and Daydream virtual reality platforms. This ultra-real Android smartphone lets you visualize what furniture might look like in your living room, or escape your living room altogether in favor of worlds unknown. Show More Summary
The first Daydream and Tango phone will be the last. Asus has Google’s ARCore to thank for that. I want to say the Asus ZenFone AR was dead on arrival, but that’s not completely true. Google did give it 27 days to live. When I got my hands on an Asus Zenfone AR review unit, […]
Google's Tango augmented reality technology isn't new, and its debut last year on Lenovo's Phab2 Pro left a lot to be desired. I mean, honestly, as neat as AR apps can be, an enormous phone with a mid-range chipset wasn't the best vehicle for them. Show More Summary
The Asus ZenFone AR is the first smartphone to offer both Google Daydream and Project Tango in one stylish, pocket-friendly device.
The unlocked Asus ZenFone AR puts Google Tango in an accessible form factor with solid hardware, but the AR experience still feels unpolished, and the price is high for what you get.
The Asus ZenFone AR for Verizon is the first phone in the U.S. to support Google Tango, the advanced AR (augmented reality) platform for Android. It supports a small variety of apps so far. The most useful so far are online shoppingShow More Summary
The promise of a phone that combines Google's nascent Tango and Daydream technologies in one device has been a long time coming, but the wait is over! The Asus Zenfone AR is now available, and we want to share our excitement for this device with you. Show More Summary
This week we showed you how Tango works with the ASUS ZenFone AR, brought you exclusive details on the V30, and took a first look at the upcoming Google Pixel 2.
A lot was made of Google’s Tango technology last year — debuting in the 6.4? Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, the technology relies on an extra fisheye camera and a depth sensor to enable a bunch of useful new augmented reality tools. It was an interesting...Show More Summary
After unveiling it at CES, Asus has now started selling its uber-powerful ZenFone AR. The company claims it’s the first device that’s compatible with both Google’s Project Tango augmented reality tech and Daydream VR – making it an interesting choice for folks who want to play with those emerging technologies right away. Show More Summary
Today Verizon began offering the ASUS ZenFone AR in its online store, and now GSM folks can get one of their own. Amazon is now selling a GSM unlocked version of the ASUS ZenFone AR. The model with 6GB of RAM [...]
Back at CES, we were impressed with Asus' new smartphone, the ZenFone AR, but it wasn't clear exactly how much it would be. Now, the Verizon-exclusive smartphone is available for preorder; it will cost $648. Qualified buyers can pay in installments of $27 per month. The actual ship date for the phone still isn't clear. Via: The Verge, 9to5Google Source: Verizon
Asus put Google’s augmented-reality and virtual-reality tech in its new smartphone. While the apps are limited, the potential is mind-blowing
Google's augmented reality phones take forever to release, for whatever reason.
Because not everyone in the US is a customer of Verizon, ASUS went ahead and released an unlocked model of the ZenFone AR this morning. The unlocked unit can be found at Amazon for now and it starts at $599. This version of the phone...Show More Summary