Asus' pocket-sized Zenfone 8 arrives in the US for $629

The Zenfone 8 is an Asus compact, well-specced competitor to the iPhone 12 Mini has been launched in the US. On its website, the company currently sells two versions of this phone. The company currently sells two versions of the phone. One has 128GB storage and will go on sale for $629 after its $599 early bird price expires July 13th. The other model, which has 256GB storage and is priced at $699, will eventually go on sale for $629. Both models come with 8GB RAM and can be used with AT&T or T-Mobile's networks.When we reviewed the Zenfone 8, it was a great device. The Zenfone 8's 5.9 inch display makes it small in comparison to other Android devices. Its 120Hz refresh rate and Snapdragon888 processor make it responsive and quick to use. Although its smaller size makes it less efficient in terms of battery life and camera performance, these are acceptable compromises for those who want a small phone.The larger Zenfone 8 Flip is not currently available in the USA. It features a flipping camera mechanism which turns three of its rear cameras into selfie-ready devices. The 8 Flip is 799 in Europe, while the regular Zenfone 8 costs 599.