Yes, size is a turn-off but on the other hand, I feel it will be a perfect blend between using a tablet and a phone.
Indeed I am feeling confused in this matter. Someone kindly give me at least one clear reason to reject one of these phones.
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Personally, I'd choose the Asus one. Even though the design is generic, it looks sexy.(get the red one or the golden one).
Also, that Intel Atom processor might actually perform better in realtime usage than that mainstream mediatek processor.
If design is a priority to you, then the oppo clone may be a better choice.
In either case, you won't get good resale value, but i think you're aware of that.
I never considered anything G'Five until the launch of this model. Resale will be close to pathetic surely but consider the specs one will get at the price of around 23,000. The problem is, none of anyone I know has used this or even original Oppo so I do not know if there is any problem associated with a single rotating camera usage. I think at some point, user may miss a speaker on the front when the camera is facing front too. Also, another concern is that repeated rotations of camera might actually cause it to get loose quickly, like the problems that existed with some flip-up phones. The positive point is that it is something not found in any other phone around me ( )
Asus colors are rare in so far my explorations in the market. Mostly only black is available. Personally I would definitely love golden.