The Asus Max Pro M2 ensures great in-hand feel due to its arched back that highly contributes to its comfort when taking photos. As far as the overall build quality is concerned, there was no bending or squeaking feel when you press on the shutter button when taking snapshots. The display quality is admirable.
The camera captures detailed colors in decent lighting and also has improved in faster focusing that helps when taking shots of moving subjects. As a photographer, sometimes you see yourself stuck in a situation when there is not enough light to make a quality shot. I can say that The Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2’s performance in lowlight shooting is acceptable. Not the best quality in low-light situation but acceptable enough.
In my line of work, I shoot a lot of photos. I always see to it that the equipment I use can outlast my endurance when taking photos. The Asus Zenfone Max Pro 2 can do just that as it boasts a 5000 mAh battery that can competently last for a day or a day and a half even if you take photos all day. Going empty on your battery is also not a problem as the phone supports fast charging. I tried charging the unit at 25% and it was completely charged after less than an hour.
If a professional photographer recommends the ASUS M2 PRO, then who else can question the validity of the M2 Pro's claim when it comes to long lasting battery with quality camera and storage?
I'd say, no one can.
* all photos taken by Mark Balmores using the ASUS M2 PRO.
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