The Zen Admire Sense is a 5-inch FWVGA display phone offering screen resolution of 854x480pixels. The processor is also a mediocre 1.3GHz quad-core and a low 1GB RAM. The internal storage memory in the new phone will be 8GB, but the microSD slot can take it up to 32GB. The operating system is the Android Marshmallow version 6.0. The battery again is moderately sized at 2300mAh.
The phone comes with a fingerprint sensor in the rear and identical 5MP cameras are fitted on the back as well as front. The rear camera is supported by a flash and the autofocus feature.
The interesting feature about this Zen Admire Sense are with regard to the features built around the camera in the phone. There is a feature called Vistoso. This can help the user select an image of their choice and have it printed on a T-shirt or a coffee mug. Similarly, there is another feature called Fashin, which permits the user to browse through the images of clothing online using the Zen Admire Sense and if clicked on a particular item it can directly take them to the source from where the garment can be purchased. With the 4G VoLTE connectivity provided, the phone will enable all these activities if the data package or the Wi-Fi speed is good enough.
There is also the Niki AI, a voice-based feature that can help the user avail a host of services through the device by just chatting with Niki
With all these features, the price point of Rs 5, 999 is definitely reasonable for the Zen Admire Sense. Being released in two colors, Champagne Gold and Blue, the new phones can be purchased through mobile retail stores. The Indian market may evolve this Rs 6000-level as the benchmark for smartphones at the lower end of the mid-segment in the days to come.