January 5th 2014 3:39 pm

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CNET May 13, 2014

Until it has the performance it needs to complement its unique features, the Asus ZenFone 5 isn't quite worth its admittedly cheap price tag.

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CNET Jan 6, 2014

Due to its much more manageable size, this is the ZenFone I would get. Weighing in at a bit over 5 ounces, however, the device is notably heavier than most phones its size. Though, I didn't find its weight to be too much of detriment during my brief time with it.

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TrustedReviews Jan 7, 2014

If the ZenUI is a moderate success and we get a fair translation of the US selling price, the Asus Zenfone 5 could offer a pretty good larger-screen alternative to the Motorola Moto G.

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Good battery life, it lasts a day (with one SIM) with moderate to heavy use. Pictures taken from its camera comes out decent and the camera itself has numerous features. The UI is great too; lively and functional but still elegant. The form factor is wonderful. Plus it got updated to Kitkat! The...

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sodiko sodiko

Asus Zenfone 5 is the best android smartphone ever.. I love Pixel master so much!!! 8 MP camera with many capturing mode :) I can selfie perfectly... hha :D some of best review http://www.gadgetbaru.com/asus-zenfone-smartphone-...

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