The Asus Live Android OS Smartphone is a Cost-Effective Device

By: Michael Hemsworth - Jan 14, 2016
References: phonearena & geeky-gadgets
Thanks to products like the Apple iPhone and other premium devices, the smartphone market has become somewhat upscale, so the Asus Live Android OS smartphone is aimed at making technology more affordable. Recently launched in Brazil, the Asus Live runs Android 5.1 Lollipop and features impressive specs such as a five inch HD display as well as a microSD slot for upgrading storage. Regarding storage, the Asus Live smartphone comes with 16GBs of built-in, whereas the RAM is set at a modest 2GB.

WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity are paired with a 3G antenna as well as a dual-SIM slot for seamlessly switching between providers. While the Asus Live was launched in Brazil, it remains unclear if the cost-effective smartphone will be debuted in additional markets.