Asus shy of the cutout in the display?

In Russia on 15 April launched a pre-order Asus Zenfone 5 frameless. Device you can pre-order on the official Asus website or on the website of the operator of cellular communication of MTS. The device was evaluated in 27 990 rubles, which is pretty good for a smartphone with 6.2-inch edge-to-edge FHD display+, 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of flash memory.

Will please many and 12 MP dual camera, port, Type-C, as well as the battery, 3300 mAh, but the matter of the Snapdragon processor 636. Here he budget, the same is installed in Xiaomi Redmi Note 5, which can be purchased for 15 thousand rubles for half the cost. Therefore, in the case of Zenfone 5 consumers will pay for a unique design, featuring a cutout in the display, and here Asus decided not to bet on the neckline.

Technologer Evgeny Makarov noticed that if you go to the manufacturers website and see the official renders, it is possible to notice the reluctance of Asus to force a cut in the display. The company uses the standard gradient Wallpaper in which the middle and lower part of the display can be seen perfectly, while the upper part through the dark area of the Wallpaper hides the cutout in the display:

And there is no doubt that if the company is really seen in the cut-out kind of feature, so hide wouldn’t. The cut-out in the display like many users, you should study any of the social networks to understand the outrage of users. However, in my opinion, the cut has become a necessity, because the sensors need to have, and at the same time, manufacturers want to increase the usable area of the front panel, and frames in this case are in the form of restriction.

What people think about you? Cut the display to be shy, or is it really a feature?

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