Asus launches the ZenFone 3 Zoom for Taiwanese markets
At the CES event that held this year, ASUS made sure that they didn’t go to the party empty handed, and one of the offerings that they gave us in that January was the ZenFone 3 Zoom. For those that have been following the device and would just love to know when it would be launched for sale, there is good news for you as that just happened, but not for all regions.
On the official Taiwanese website of the OEM, the 64GB variant of the Zoom has been listed for sale and it carries a price tag of NT$ 14,990 there. This translates to a cool $485 in the international market, so every other person should know the range they would be paying should it decide to pay your region a visit next.
Last month, the company had already revealed that the version that would be heading to china would cost RMB 3699, which means some $540. Please be informed that this Chinese option priced above is the one with 128GB internal storage space.
Expected to launch in the US sometimes in Q1 of this year, the unit which is supposed to start at $399 stateside is being offered in colour options of Glacier Silver and Navy Black.
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