With a new competitor(Realme) in the market and many more other reasons have somewhat made things critical for Asus. Their ZenFone Max Pro M1 was an equal competition to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro but the later iteration of Asus for this device could not make the cut.
The ZenFone Max Pro M1 was unveiled back in the year 2018 and was powered by Snapdragon 636 SoC. The device has a 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB onboard storage. It was the dual camera setup and the Google Camera Mod that helped this device become proverbial among the users.
Albeit being successor of this device, the ZenFone Max Pro M2 could not satisfy the users. The reason behind this is not as much clear as a crystal but we sure know the robust campaigns that were being performed by the competitors (Realme, yet again!).
Asus has managed to roll out quite timely updates like the August Security Update just recently. Notwithstanding, the update has rather seemed to be a downgrade for there have been a number of reports from the users that included complains for Screen flickering.
As you might be aware, the Max Pro M2 consists of a top notch with a 13 MP front shooter and LED Flash as well. The recent update has triggered an issue with this. Here is one from the multiple reports that highlights the presence of a ghost notch on reopening games from the recent apps section as well.
There have not been any official statements regarding this but you can keep tuned with us to get all the updates regarding this story. If you have seen the August Security Update, you will notice, it isn’t bugs free. For the Max Pro M2 users, they for sure know that the device does not have a great WiFi reception. And there have been complaints regarding this since day 1.
As per a reports on the official Forum of Asus, the phone drops WiFi connection and shifts to Mobile data even if the signal strength is robust. The device reconnects to WiFi when the Mobile network is turned off.
Considering the amount for reports over the same issues of WiFi poor Connectivity and Screen flickering, the forum moderator of Asus confirmed that the developer team was notified about the issue. We might soon get more updates from the company regarding this. Stay tuned with us to know more on this issue.
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