Repeating its dedication to the Make in India activity, Taiwanese cell phone producer Asus on Tuesday declared arrangements to fabricate recently propelled ZenFone 3 Max cell phone in the nation.
The organization will make the cell phone at its office in Daman (Union Territory of Daman and Diu) and the generation will begin from December 2016, the organization said in an announcement.
“Other than our home office in Taiwan, India is among the most critical markets for us and we are continually hoping to fortify our nearness and operations in the nation,” said Peter Chang, Region Head, South Asia and Country Manager for ASUS India.
This will be the third cell phone to be privately fabricated by Asus after it started generation of ZenFone 2 Laser and ZenFone Go a year ago.
The cell phone comes in two variations – 5.5-inch (ZC553KL) and 5.2-inch (ZC520TL) – and highlights 16-megapixel/8-megapixel and 13-megapixel/5-megapixel rear+front cameras, separately.
The gadget sports 2.5D molded glass touchscreen in a sandblasted aluminum compound metal body and houses a 4100mAh battery.