Another day, another new smartphone is released – and this time around, it would be known as the ASUS Pegasus 5000. This particular handset is the latest model to make up part of the Pegasus range, following in the footsteps of the ASUS Pegasus 2 Plus that arrived in stores some time in December last year. The Pegasus 5000 from the Taiwanese consumer electronics manufacturer does seem to be the successor to the Pegasus X002, although if you were to take a look at what is offered underneath the hood, it would in all likelihood be a wee bit watered down version of the Pegasus 2 Plus X550.
Make no mistake about it, the ASUS Pegasus 5000 would arrive as a mid-range device, where an octa-core 1.3GHz Mediatek MT6753 SoC would run proceedings from within, accompanied by the likes of a 5.5″ Full HD display, a 13MP shooter at the back with an LED flash, a 5MP selfie camera in front, dual SIM support, 4G capability, Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, and a rather hefty 4,850 mAh battery to keep it going.
Apart from that, it will also carry 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory, although there is also a 3GB of RAM model running around somewhere with 16GB of internal memory as well.