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December 27, 2014

Asus removes the Zen in its new SmartPhone - The Pegasus X002!

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Pegasus X002 - GeekyJuan via GSMArena
With a battle against affordable smartphones, Asus joins the headlines with their Zen series for the whole 2014. Allegedly, we got a hint from a dealer that the Zen series is a stunt which aims to know how will people accept the Intel processor.

Announcing a new smartphone, Asus removes the "Zen" in this device which was named Pegasus X002 and is now running on a MediaTek quad-core processor. Could the claims of the dealer about the Intel stunt be true?

The Pegasus X002 which was priced at CNY 799 at China is ranging in Php. 5,800.00 if converted to the local currency. But do not overlook the slight price difference in its Zen equivalent which is the Zenfone 5. This device could clearly compete well with its older brothers.

For the temporary list of specifications given, please see the details below:

Pegasus X002Specifications
Display5-inch IPS
Resolution1280 x 720 (274ppi)
OSAndroid 4.4 KitKat with ZenUI
Processor1.5 GHZ MediaTek MT6732
Internal Storage16 GB
expandable via microSD
Rear Camera8 MP with LED Flash and Ultra Picture Quality Mode
Front Camera5 MP
Battery2500 mAh
PriceCNY 799 (roughly Php. 5,800)

Its Ultra Picture Quality Mode for the rear camera is said to be able to produce an astounding 30MP equivalent of an ultra quality photo!

The Pegasus X002 is said to be in a direct battle to whoop the Xiaomi's Redmi 1S.

Prices are expected to change when imported but probably a bit near in its overseas price.

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