Although most of the smartphone world seems to have exceeded their popup and return the camera phase, Asus has become an old school this year. Certainly, this is just one of the two phones manufacturers who have adopted that the design of the turned camera (Samsung was the other with the Galaxy A80) but it may not be the only one to do These unconventional designs. Of course, such a gap in relation to the usual construction of smartphones has consequences when it comes to eliminating them because this version of the demonstration of the Asus Zenfone 8 clearly switches.
Admittedly, the most important and sophisticated part of Zenfone 8 flip-flop is its turnaround camera module. Fortunately, this module is actually, good, modular and can be easily replaced by itself. The capture is that the module also houses the earpiece enclosure inside so that there are side effects if this part breaks.
To go inside the phone in the first place is not so risky, fortunately. Of course, the glass reverse could break, but most technicians are already used to this process. There are no traps hidden inside either, just lots and lots of screws and cables to remove and disconnect. These can indeed be delicate but they are more tedious than anything else.
Inside, Zenfone 8 Flip does not contain many secrets either. The battery is quite conventional and there is also no complicated cooling system either. A rather fun detail is that the phone has many water damage indicators that, since it has a moving room, is probably the Asus simply be extremely paranoid.
Overall, PBK reviews found the Asus Zenfone 8 Flip to be a very repairable phone. The process can consume time due to the number of screws involved, but this composes that with very modular parts. Parallel to its normal “Twin” “Zenfone 8, it could be one of the unpretentious wonders of this year of the Smartphones mar