Asus Zenfone 3 Laser is a 5.5 inch full HD phone priced below 20K and comes with a 4GB RAM and octa-core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor. With 32 GB internal storage and 128 GB extendable, the phone’s specs look good on paper. Zenfone 3 Laser camera is equipped with a 13 MP rear and 8 MP front shooters.
You can check out our overall review of the phone here and see how it performs in our tests here. That being said, the premium that is being paid is for its USP – the laser autofocus camera and the dual LED flash. With the module boasting of different modes for capture and inbuilt effects, it should be good entertainment when you start using the phone. Hence, let’s dive deeper, see our Zenfone 3 Laser camera samples and understand what the hype is all about.
Asus Zenfone 3 Laser Camera Samples
The phone is equipped with a 13 MP rear camera and 8 MP selfie lens. The camera app comes with multiple effects that you can add while taking a picture or even after you have clicked one. There is a beauty mode, low-light mode, HDR Pro mode, selfie panorama, night mode and other regular features. But what is interesting is the addition of newer and fresher options such as children mode, all smiles mode, time rewind, smart remove and miniature mode.
Let’s first look at the auto mode pictures.
The auto mode was impressive doing justice to color reproduction, clarity, and saturation.
Here’s a picture was taken while I was moving and the autofocus did an enough good job with stabilization kicking in.
HDR mode undoubtedly did justice to its pro tag with detailing crystal clear crisp images that were reproduced just as real.
The effects come in pretty handy as well and help you add grayscale, lomo, vintage and others while you are clicking and even after you do without losing out on the clarity front.
You also have a children mode that plays music while capturing a photo and hence saving you from all the trouble. There is also an all smiles mode that would help you take five pictures and automatically select the best of the group.
Like mentioned earlier, there is another interesting mode ‘Miniature’ that captures the part you focus on blurring out the rest, and this is a mode I loved.
On the whole, the camera module is kind of interesting letting you play around with different modes and gives you quality entertainment.
You can now head back to the original review or check out the phone’s performance on other fronts.