Last July, Asus has announced its new ZenFone 3 Laser, a smartphone midrange that incorporates the metal unibody design introduced with ZenFone 3. The device is now starring in a first spot, published by Asus on YouTube, showcasing the smartphone potential and, in particular, of its focus sensor laser focus.
The photographic industry is certainly not among the most recent, as it relies on a Sony IMX214 sensor with 13 megapixels, but the presence of a laser sensor provides focus with extremely rapid fire in just 0.3 seconds. The ad also focuses on other aspects, such as the presence of a metal unibody, a fast fingerprint sensor and Android 6.0 accompanied by the interface ZenUI Marshmallow, a true trademark of the manufacturer.
Unfortunately, despite the significant focus on the field of photography, the sensor selected by Asus for its ZenFone 3 Laser does not incorporate optical image stabilization, a very understandable choice at the end of 2016 on a smartphone that relies entirely on photography. In any case, we leave the spot and an image gallery that includes some render officers who allow you to appreciate the smartphone in silver and gold colors.