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ASUS is cranking out Zenfone 6 updates before its release, setting a good example for other manufacturers

ASUS has never been a very popular smartphone manufacturer, but lately, the company is killing it, surprising us by updating many of its older devices to Android Pie. Then, the ZenFone 6 marked a new start and is the firm's first device to come with high-quality hardware at a fair price, stock-like Android, and a promise of timely updates. ASUS is already keeping up well and has pushed out the latest release on Thursday, which is the fourth before the device's official launch.

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[Update: Back on sale] The excellent ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 is already $500 ($70 off)

ASUS's latest Chromebook Flip, the C434, came on the market very recently. In fact, our review of it was published just yesterday. Although the C434 is more expensive than its predecessor, the C302, Office Depot is currently offering the 4GB/64GB model of the C434 for $499.99, $70 off the MSRP. That brings it down to the C302's MSRP.

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ASUS Zenfone 6 review: A surprise flagship at a surprisingly low price

Last year's Asus Zenfone 5Z was an excellent phone with great hardware and an even better price point. The Zenfone 6, however, takes everything its predecessor did well and ups the ante with a wholly original design, powerful hardware, and a motorized flip-up camera, all while starting at $499 like the 5Z.

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[Update: ZenFone 4 Selfie too] ASUS ZenFone 4 Max receives AOSP Pie Beta

The ASUS ZenFone 4 Max only received an update to Android Oreo back in October, but the company is hard at work with keeping the phone updated. You can now download an AOSP beta without ZenUI for the device with the model name ZC554KL.

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Android 9 Pie is rolling out now to the Asus Zenfone Max M2

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ASUS announces the ZenFone 6 with a Snapdragon 855, 5,000mAh battery, and a flip-up camera

Asus today unveiled its 2019 flagship, the ZenFone 6. Sporting the latest hardware, its headlining features are its motorized flip camera, a huge 5,000mAh battery, and the very attractive starting price point of $499.

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Asus Chromebook Flip C434 drops to $500 ($70 off) at Office Depot

In Chromebook land, Asus' Chromebook Flip C302 was well-beloved, even when it was getting a little long in the tooth. Asus didn't leave fans out in the cold, though, releasing the Flip C434 not too long ago. It's currently one of the best Chromebooks around, and you can pick one up for yourself for $499.99 at Office Depot.

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Here are the Android Q Beta image links for third-party devices and some quirks to watch for

If you don't have a Pixel phone to get into that sweet, sweet Android Q Beta business, you've got more than a dozen third-party phones that can help you get there. But with each phone comes its own catches, so we'll patch you through to the resources you need from the OEMs.

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ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 review: A worthy successor to the beloved C302

For a few years, the Asus Chromebook Flip C302 has been one of the best Chrome OS devices around. Its MacBook-like design, great keyboard, Android app support (though that came a few months after release), good screen, and sub-$500 price point made it a great computer for many. I should know — it was my main laptop for over a year.

The C302 has been due for an upgrade for some time, and Asus has finally given it a sucessor. The Chromebook Flip C434 is Asus' new flagship Chromebook, with an updated design and a larger screen. It's also more expensive; while the C302 started at $500 for a Core M3 CPU and 4GB RAM (and now goes for ~$470), the entry-level C434 with an m3 CPU and 4GB RAM is $569.99.

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[Update x2: 8GB model available] Asus Chromebook Flip C434, long-awaited successor to the C302, is now available

After months of mediocre low-end Chromebooks, Asus finally announced a successor to its wildly-popular Chromebook Flip C302 earlier this year. The C434 is an upgrade in almost every respect, and now you can finally buy it directly from Asus, anyway.

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