It is no doubt that Zenfone series of smartphones from Asus is one of the most purchased and successful line of devices in the Philippines. Almost everyone I ask knows exactly what a Zenfone is. And being a Zenfone user myself and frequently posting about it on my social media accounts, I also frequently get asked by my friends and followers about Asus Zenfone handsets. They want to know if the display is very clear and bright, if the cameras are good for taking photos and selfies as well as videos, if the phone performs really good overall. Of course, I am more than happy to answer their questions based on my personal experience with the Zenfone devices since I am the one who has personally tried using them.
Today, not only the tech bloggers will have the first dibs on the latest Asus Zenfone devices and its accessories as Asus Philippines has just officially opened its first-in-the-country Asus Zenfone Concept store.
This Zenfone store is located at Glorietta 2 in Makati City. There, mall goers and interested customers can personally try out the newest and hottest Zenfone handsets and Asus mobile accessories. This is a very good move done by the Asus PH team, since tech bloggers and gadget enthusiasts like me can only express so much how good the Zenfone devices are. Sometimes, customers really need to experience it themselves to help them decide easier whether a Zenfone smartphone is for them or not.
"Zenfone has become a game changer in the smartphone landscape in the Philippines when it was introduced in August 2014. Opening the first Zenfone concept store is a direct manifestation of our success and continued support to our fans locally," shares Asus Philippines System Group Country Manager, George Su.
"We deeply appreciate the loyalty and continued support from all our dealers, media partners and consumers in the Philippines and we promise to offer more ground-breaking innovations and products that empower Filipinos," Mr. Su concludes.Like Asus Philippines said, this is the FIRST concept store they have opened, which means we can definitely expect more of this to be launched across the Philippines in 2017.