ASUS has recently announced that they have successfully sold 1 million units of Zenfone Max Pro (M1) on the Indian market. Now, ASUS also spoils the smartphone users with its plan to provide massive update updates.
As revealed by Dinesh Sharma, one of the top officials of ASUS in India, which states that ASUS will activate the Electronic Image Stabilization feature aka EIS on Zenfone Max Pro (M1). It is stated that this feature will be activated through software updates that will be distributed in the near future.
In addition, Sharma also confirmed that ASUS has begun testing Android 9 Pie updates on the Zenfone Max Pro M1 and Zenfone 5Z. And in the near future the update will be released soon. Of course, this is good news for the users of these two smartphones.
Through Zenfone Max Pro (M1), ASUS uses a different approach to software update cycles. ASUS continues to drive new updates that carry security patches and other enhancements to the user interface.
ASUS has now confirmed that they will activate the Electronic Image Stabilization feature on Zenfone Max Pro (M1). The announcement comes weeks after reports said that the smartphone has EIS features hidden inside the camera application.
To activate the EIS feature on the Zenfone Max Pro (M1), users can open the camera application and enter the settings menu. Next, look for the Redeyes Reduction option and tap several times. This allows additional settings in the camera application.
Now switch to video and set the resolution to 1,080p. Furthermore, users in such a way can see the option for Electronic Image Stabilization. But what needs to be noted, not all users can activate this feature by following the steps mentioned earlier.
Now, after later ASUS confirmed the official launch of the feature, users should be able to get the EIS feature on Zenfone Max Pro (M1). So, for you Zenfone Max Pro (M1) users are just waiting for updates that will soon be distributed by ASUS.