Asus ZenFone 8 Flip Review

Flip Review

Asus stunned fans by dumping the Flip camera module inseparable from the ZenFone line on the standard ZenFone 8, choosing rather to offer a more minimized cell phone than a significant part of the opposition, however, the bigger ZenFone 8 Flip is here to scratch that flipping tingle for 2021.

The ZenFone 8 Flip might look natural, and that is on the grounds that it’s close indistinguishable in plan (and most different regions) to its archetype, the ZenFone 7. That might be a mistake for some however given the cell phone’s restricted delivery in 2020, it’s a good idea for Asus to overhaul the internals and put it before a more extensive crowd.

The inquiry is whether the flip camera framework merits the premium contrasted with its more skilled and less expensive kin? It’s an extreme one.

Design & Display

The ZenFone 8 Flip is anything but a little or conservative Smartphone using any and all means – that is left to the 5.9in ZenFone 8. Truth be told, at 9.6mm thick and 230g, it’s an incredible inverse. It’s difficult to overlook the way that the ZenFone 8 Flip is cumbersome and it’s observable when you first get it.

As with most cell phones, you’ll change as you use it, yet there are absolutely more slender and lighter big-screen telephones, similar to the 7.8mm, 202g Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus accessible in 2021.

Size to the side, the ZenFone 8 Flip is a gorgeous cell phone, offering a blend of aluminum and glass and it’s bent on the back to assist it with sitting all the more serenely in the palm of your hand. It’s accessible in two tones as well; Glacier Silver and Galactic Black.

The principle draw of the 8 Flip is the flipping camera framework that permits the triplet of back confronting cameras to turn and face the front. It’s a charming thought that Asus has created since its reveal in the ZenFone 6, with the ZenFone 8 Flip wearing another engine for better execution and better point control – yet erring on that later.

The ‘fluid metal’ camera module sits flush inside the body, yet there’s as yet a camera knock, and with just Gorilla Glass 3 ensuring it, you may discover a scratch or two show up over the long run – it has as of now happened to our example.

An advantage to having a flippable camera framework – besides every one of the inventive chances it empowers – is that you needn’t bother with a forward-looking camera inserted into, or over, the presentation. The ZenFone 8 has a 6.67in the all-screen show, with just a thin bezel that encompasses it. There’s no score, opening punch, or whatever else darkening the involvement with all.

In this present reality where double opening punch cameras exist, it’s an invigorating change to have the option to see the whole showcase on the ZenFone 8.

It helps that it’s a great showcase, regardless of whether it’s indistinguishable from that of the ZenFone 7; it’s an FHD+ AMOLED board with a 90Hz revive rate, 200Hz touch test rate, and a 1ms reaction time. The 90Hz revive rate is somewhat low considering the more modest ZenFone 8 offers a quicker 120Hz invigorate rate, and a few leaders have gone similar to 144Hz, however, there comes a state of decreasing return – particularly when it comes at the penance of battery life.


Using the flip camera framework is the selfie-taker’s fantasy. For those new to the series, the ZenFone 8 Flip uses a mechanized flip module to make the back confronting camera arrangement accessible on the facade of the telephone as well, and that will totally change your selfie game.

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As you would anticipate from such exceptionally specced cameras, the ZenFone 8 Flip produces incredible outcomes in an assortment of shooting conditions. Shadings are by and large energetic, the detail is fresh and the representation mode edge identification is substantially more precise than any standard selfie camera you’ll discover in 2021. It can’t exactly contend with super top-of-the-line leads like the iPhone 12 Pro Max or Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, however, it offers an adaptable shooting experience that photographic artists will venerate.

The fundamental sensor is the superstar, with the quick f/1.8 opening permitting the sensor to catch all the more light, an element particularly supportive when shooting in hazier conditions. The super-wide and zooming focal points produce incredible shots in lighter conditions.

There’s additionally an extraordinary degree of consistency between what’s shot on the primary and super-wide focal points, with a comparable degree of detail and dynamic reach. Some super-wide shots can appear to be somewhat more immersed than those from the fundamental sensor however this is effectively helped in the Gallery application. Shots taken on the zooming focal point aren’t exactly as energetic, however, the detail remains.

Specs & Performance

While there’s an emphasis on cameras with the ZenFone 8 Flip, it’s as yet an incredible cell phone – though not exactly as amazing as its more modest kin, the ZenFone 8.

The ZenFone 8 Flip components are the best in class Snapdragon 888 chipset, however, while the Flip’s contribution covers 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM (equivalent to that utilized in the ROG Phone 5) the more modest ZenFone 8 proposes up to an incredible 16GB of RAM.

The distinctions in genuine use are irrelevant, and the ZenFone 8 Flip outflanks comparatively specced Smartphones like the Snapdragon 888 and 8GB RAM-prepared Samsung Galaxy S21, albeit as far as possible means can’t beat all the top line contest in benchmark tests.

Notwithstanding how it thinks about other 2021 leaders, the ZenFone 8 Flip is a delight to utilize every day.

It’s ready to deal with pretty much everything you can come up with, from looking through Twitter and Facebook – complete with auto-playing recordings – to playing very good quality portable games like Call of Duty Mobile with zero traces of falter. That is additionally improved by the 90Hz revive rate and 1ms reaction season of the presentation, causing everything to feel the exact moment on the ZenFone 8 Flip.

There’s a very sizable amount of space to download your most loved applications and games as well, with either 128-or 256GB of UFS 3.1 capacity to browse; and in case that is insufficient, it tends to be additionally broadened through the implicit MicroSD card opening.

The incorporation of the Snapdragon 888 additionally implies 5G, and Asus has likewise tossed in Dual-Sim abilities, Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6e (in business sectors where it’s confirmed), and NFC just in case.

Battery Life

The Asus ZenFone 8 Flip is a massive cell phone, there’s not even a shadow of a doubt, and that is halfway down to the enormous 5000mAh battery found at its center. The accessible battery force will easily get you through a normal day’s utilization without scrambling for the charger when in the telephone’s Dynamic force mode, yet it will not exactly stretch to a subsequent day – essentially it didn’t as far as I can tell.

In the event that you do have to press somewhat more life from each charge, you have the choice of flipping on the ultra-battery saving mode, incapacitating all unnecessary capacities to expand the battery however much as could be expected. You could likewise drop the revive rate from 90-to 60Hz, yet That doesn’t really seem fun at all.

At the point when it does ultimately require a top-up, 30W HyperCharge gives an expedient – yet in no way, shape, or form industry-driving – charging experience. In testing, the ZenFone 8 Flip recovered 25% charge in a short time and 44% quickly, limping along with the guaranteed ‘60% quickly’ on offer from the standard ZenFone 8.

That may not be just about as great as the 65W quick charging from the Oppo Find X3 Pro conveying 93% charge shortly, yet essentially the ZenFone 8 Flip backings QuickCharge 4.0 and USB-C PD, which means you’re not attached to a particular 30W HyperCharge charger – in spite of the fact that you do get one in the case, which is a great shock given numerous makers are selecting to dump accusing blocks of late lead telephones.