Asus X00GD with 4,850mAh battery and Android 7.0 clears TENAA

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A new Asus smartphone has been certified by the Chinese telecommunication authority TENAA. Listed as X00GD, the device is powered by an SoC with octa-core 1.5GHz processor, and sports a 5.2-inch HD display.

Asus X00GD with 4,850mAh battery and Android 7.0 clears TENAA

RAM options include 2/3/4GB, while storage options include 16/32/64GB. In terms of camera, the phone features a 13MP rear unit and an 8MP front shooter. Measuring 149.5 73.7 8.85mm and weighing in at 169.5g, the X00GD runs Android 7.0 Nougat, and packs in a large 4,850mAh battery.

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A home button-embedded fingerprint sensor is there as well. Color options for the phone include luxury gold, rose gold, and black. There’s currently no information on the device’s pricing and availability.

 

Source: gsmarena.com

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20 thoughts on “Asus X00GD with 4,850mAh battery and Android 7.0 clears TENAA

  1. X00GD? Asus out of idea how to name their phone. 1,2,3,4,5,6…they used it all.

  2. keep this phone in China, thanks. We don’t need another electronic junk.

  3. Anonymous, 23 hours agokeep this phone in China, thanks. We don’t need another electronic junk.*Taiwan
    But yes, it sucks. Like all of ASUS’s phones.

  4. Shaun Moroz, 23 hours ago*Taiwan
    But yes, it sucks. Like all of ASUS’s phones.Keep your phone on earth. Its sucks. The universe dont need primitive human tech.

  5. Anonymous, 31 Dec 2016WOW THIS IS… another underpowered iPhone cloneGive me an underpowered Chinese phone that can do a million things iPhone can’t anyday, thanks.

  6. foneluva, 23 hours agoGive me an underpowered Chinese phone that can do a million things iPhone can’t anyday, thanks.Hehe

  7. As a Zenfone Max user, this phone is a joke. They designed the Zenfone 2 series really well, just needs lesser bezels, but it was flawlessly perfect. Then this year, you came up with the Zenfone 3 series which looked like a Samsung/iPhone clone combination with a little touches. Now you came up with this ugly piece of crap? If this phone would have a SnapDragon 6xx processor, this should cost $350 at max, and going beyond that price range would make this phone a total trash. Even the durability of your phones are lagging behind. I just dropped my Zenfone Max on a concrete at a waist height facing down, and to claim the screen is a Gorilla Glass 4, I got the whole glass shattered everywhere. I wish you weren’t lying to us because I checked the nearest Asus service center in my place, went there, and they told me that there was no service center in them (not an official service center, but Asus claimed there was a service center in there). The second service center they recommended me was way too far from my place, so I was disappointed and just asked some engineers to replace my screen for 1/4 of the price I paid. For the same price I paid for my phone, I could only ever think of devices I can get that are way better. I just wished I was patient enough to wait for the old J7 price to drop to my budget range, and get that with much better internals, durability, and in every aspect except battery. Asus, if you really want to compete in the market, please improve your marketing strategy, because my friends that uses Samsung can easily get their phones fixed because of the availability and great service from their manufacturer. My Zenfone Max better receive the Nougat update before 2017 ends, or else I’ll switch to Samsung

  8. Asus has complicated naming system. I recommened Asus for my sister but could not find its certain review with a lot of the same names. Then, I left Asus for Xiaomi to avoid unclear products.

  9. is this iphone? NO
    is this oppo? NO
    is this vivo? NO
    is this samsung? NO
    this is ASUS.. LOL

  10. What happened to asus. They squandered their success ftom zenfone 2.

  11. Hate that design, its really like Galaxy Grand Prime, but others features its OK.

  12. dara, 21 hours agoAsus has complicated naming system. I recommened Asus for my sister but could not find its cer… moreWrong Decision #LOL

  13. Lol, seriously you left them because of naming, and you went to xiaomi?redmi, redmi note, note, redmi notex, redmi x…………Lol again..

  14. foneluva, 23 hours agoGive me an underpowered Chinese phone that can do a million things iPhone can’t anyday, thanks.Ohh looks like somebody got slapped in the face sooo good.

  15. Tourettes Guy, 22 hours agoAs a Zenfone Max user, this phone is a joke. They designed the Zenfone 2 series really well, j… moreyou call zenfone3 looks like samsung/iphone? from what i see, samsung always copying iphone, now iphne copying android, and s7 is just like previous huawei g7.. gorilla glass doesnt mean its not unscratchable or broken-proof, plus zenfone max is an budget-class phone. Next time before you purchased one of product always make sure the availability of their official service center in your area.. even there is no asus ‘official’ service center in your place, asus still right to tell there’s service center available (even it’s only partner), you should check on their website first. Replacing display will cost no more than $25 that’s included service fee (it’s from my experience) from 3rd party service center, probably you got fooled by them..

  16. Aren’t companies tired of copying one another…There are a gazillion phones coming out every now and then, all with the same specs, same design, same everything. I miss the old days when Panasonic innovated, Sharp came up with amazing phone cameras, and Nokia introduced their new 8xxx series! Those were the times…

  17. Anonymous, 31 Dec 2016WOW THIS IS… another underpowered iPhone cloneLike most Chinese phones. *sigh*

  18. Nik, 31 Dec 2016And then they’ll price it absurdly if they get snapdragon in itThey should use Asus Zenphone Note 7. lol

  19. Anonymous, 17 hours agoyou call zenfone3 looks like samsung/iphone? from what i see, samsung always copying iphone, n… moreZenfone 3 looks totally close to the S6 in black from last year, with only the concentric circle effect added on the back and front bezels. It’s Apple and Samsung that are copying each other’s own idea, which is basically an idea of their own competitors. Every flagship, and even budget phones today uses Gorilla Glass 4, and dropping them face down on a concrete won’t do any damage to the screen itself, so there’s no impractical reason for the Zenfone Max that uses the same glass to not survive that waist height drop, else they can just claim it wasn’t a real Gorilla Glass 4 that they used. I checked Asus’s website with the service center near my location a hundred times already, and the store I went that Asus claimed to have their service center was legit and 100% reliable as my sister bought her Asus laptop in there. I went there twice, and they just told me the same. Now I’m tired of going back and waiting so I’m just planning on replacing the screen digitzer of my old screen instead as it costs half than replacing the whole LCD. My old original screen is still working fine, just so happened that I broke the main glass, but everything was flawlessly working still. That would take time as I don’t have any budget to pay it off, and my parents probably won’t allow me to do it. If I do it, that would take a year or so, which in turn I can just afford better budget phones

  20. Nik, 16 hours agoAren’t companies tired of copying one another…There are a gazillion phones coming out every … moreWe don’t really need much innovation, tech is good enough – what we need is lack of compromises and common sense. Currently phones are indeed copycats and fashion toys. But a phone with:
    -At least 4500mah, removable battery (And of course durable back panel, not ridiculous glass)
    -2 sim slots with dedicated sim slot (Or no slot, but 128GB ROM at a reasonable price)
    -Stereo speakers (Or a great mono speaker. Doesn’t matter, just has to be carefully chosen, not like what they do now – put some random one regardless of its quality)
    -Good and loud enough earphone (Yes, they tend to fail even at this, many phones don’t provide satisfactory call quality/loudness)
    -3.5mm jack with good sound (Both in terms of loudness and quality)
    -Powerful enough CPU, but not more than necessary – producing minimal heat and preserving battery
    -Great cameras
    -Display with good sunlight visibility

    Will be great, won’t miss anything and you won’t feel the need of innovation.
    Now that’s a phone i would pay the price of current flagships.

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