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Let’s preface by grouping their similarities. They are all running on Intel’s Atom CloverTrail+ SoC with dual-core Saltwell CPUs. Asus claims that its quad-thread, Hyper-Threading technology on the higher-end models can outperform even the quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (found in devices like HTC One M7), and the octa-core Samsung Exynos 5 Octa 5410 (found in the HSPA+ Galaxy S4), in terms of JavaScript/HTML5 and media app benchmarks.

Each of them sports the same attractive concentric circle grooves found on ZenBook’s design and comes in a range of striking colors. The back covers of all three models are replaceable, but only the Zenfone 4 has a user-removable battery.

The displays are all protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, even on the lowest-end model. Asus touts that the oleophobic coating ensures the least touch friction than the competition (hopefully like the BlackBerry Z10). However, only the Zenfone 5 and 6 have a faster touch response time of just 60ms, plus supporting the self-explanatory GloveTouch and PenTouch features.

The speakers on all three are back-firing, and uses the same SonicMaster technology found on Asus’ laptops, which is developed by the company’s ‘Golden Ear Team’. I wonder what the camera team is called. Golden Eye Team?

Though not LTE-enabled, they all support DC-HSDPA with up to 42Mbps theoretical download speeds. The trio all takes two micro-SIM cards with dual standby modes.

Curiously, all models in Malaysia will have 8GB of internal storage only, but they all accept microSD cards of up to 64GB. Also, the three phones only have three basic color options for now.

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