ASUS Pegasus 3S: inexpensive long-playing smartphone with Nougat

Presented at the beginning of the year ASUS Pegasus 3S is a relatively inexpensive, but quite powerful and long-lasting smartphone. It belongs to the category of a few devices with Android 7 Nougat “out of the box”.
ASUS Pegasus 3S: inexpensive long-playing smartphone with Nougat
Initially, the device was intended for sale exclusively in the domestic Chinese market, but already now Pegasus 3S can be ordered in online stores like GearBest with delivery to virtually anywhere in the world. The manufacturer clearly foresaw this and provided the novelty with a Multilanguage firmware.

ASUS Pegasus 3S: Battery

The main advantage of the new ASUS is a very impressive battery with a capacity of 5000mAh, which should be enough for at least 2-3, or even 4 days of using the average activity. And the technology of fast charging MediaTek PumpExpress 2.0 will ensure not too long waiting at the outlet.

ASUS Pegasus 3S: Specifications

Choice of chipset for ASUS Pegasus 3S is rather original. This is a widespread “eight-core” MediaTek Helio P10 (MTK6750), which has quite good performance, but “stars from the sky” is not enough.
There is an Helio P10 with 3 GB of RAM and a built-in storage capacity of 64 GB. If the owner of the Pegasus 3S is not enough, he can install a microSD memory card with a capacity of up to 2 TB (!).
The choice of the screen from ASUS for Pegasus 3S turned out to be rather peculiar. On the one hand, this is an IPS-matrix. On the other hand, its resolution is only 720 × 1280 pixels (HD Ready). Apparently, the stake was placed on maximum autonomy (screens with a higher resolution consume, naturally, more energy).

Where to buy and price

The current price of ASUS Pegasus 3S in the preliminary order is from 396 US dollars. While relatively expensive (for this money you can buy a better device), but by the time the smartphone promises to significantly fall in price.

ASUS Pegasus 3S: inexpensive long-playing smartphone with Nougat was last modified: March 8th, 2017 by Boby Sanburn