The Taiwanese smartphone brand, Asus is yet to launch smartphone under the Zenfone 4 series. After the success of Zenfone 2, last year, the company went for the premium devices which fell flat with the tough competition from other flagship Android smartphones. While there is no official confirmation, a new device called Asus Zenfone 4 Max with the model number ZC554KL is spotted on the company’s official website. Samsung, LG, and Xiaomi already launched their new flagship devices and based on the leaks; soon we might also see the latest flagship devices from OnePlus and Motorola as well.
The latest reports suggest Asus might unveil the Zenfone 4 devices at the Computex 2017 event that is scheduled from May 30th to June 3rd in Taipei, Taiwan. Even last year, Asus launched the Asus Zenfone 3, Zenfone 3 Deluxe, and Zenfone 3 Ultra smartphones at the Computex 2016. Now, we might see the mid-range Zenfone 4 Max launch at the upcoming Computex event. It will be the successor to Zenfone 3 Max and Zenfone 3S Max. Apart from the name and model number, there is no other information available about the Zenfone 4 Max.
As seen with the earlier launched Zenfone Max devices, the upcoming device will also come with bigger battery capacity. The Zenfone 3 Max came with a 4,130mAh while the recently launched Zenfone 3S Max sports a whopping 5,000mAh battery. Based on the leaks, the upcoming device will come with a metal built unibody design and will run on Android 7.1 Nougat based highly customized ZenUI out of the box. The Zenfone 3S Max is the first ever Asus smartphone to launch with Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box. The Zenfone 4 Max might feature the Snapdragon processor instead of MediaTek processor.
The Zenfone 3S Max is currently retailing for Rs. 14,999 and is exclusively sold through Flipkart in India. It sports an HD resolution display and is packs MediaTek 6750 SoC and 3GB of RAM. The device also came with a physical home button placed on the front that has an integrated fingerprint sensor. The official specifications will be known only on the launch day, so stay tuned on Phone Radar for more details.