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Asus has just introduced three new smartphone variants in the Zenfone 3 series including the regular, the Deluxe and the Ultra as the company aims at catering to varied user needs with massive RAM and screen sizes.

The Zenfone 3 comes with an aluminium casing with glass covering on the top. The phone features a 5.5in 1080p display which translates to 77% of the screen-to-body ratio, as noted by Android Police.

The Zenfone 3 borrows the capacitive touch screen along with the hardware buttons from its predecessor, the Zenfone 2. Powered by Snapdragon 625 and 3GB of RAM, the newest Zenfone smartphone also equips a fingerprint sensor, USB-Type C connector, and a 16MP camera with Asus TriTech autofocus technology.

Apart from an impressive camera with second-gen laser tech, phase detection and continuous autofocus capability, the phone features 32GB of storage alongside microSD expansion slot.

In contrast, the Zenfone 3 Deluxe sports a bigger 5.7in screen which is powered by the fastest Snapdragon 820 processor and paired with a massive 6GB RAM. The Deluxe variant enjoys 64GB of internal storage capacity which is double the size of the regular version.

Among other key features, the Deluxe model includes 23MP rear camera with Sony IMX318 sensor and 4-axis Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) capability for getting the best image clarity and blur-free shots.

On the other hand, the Zonefone 3 Ultra features a massive 6.8in screen with 1080p resolution and 324dpi. Given its imposing screen size, the phone is powered by a large 4600mAh battery that supports Quick Charge 3.0 technology.

The other key feature that differentiates the Ultra from the rest is its physical home button which replaces the capacitive version on its siblings.

Coming to the price points, the standard or regular Zenfone 3 will cost $249 while the Ultra will sell at $479 and the Deluxe at $499. The company is yet to reveal the release dates for the three new phones.

Check out Asus' stunning teaser video showing three new Zenfone 3 smartphones in action:

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