Asus Zenfone 6 Renders Reveal Dual-Slider Design along with Full Screen Display
The upcoming Zenfone 6 form Asus has been revealed by @evleaks posting a few renders of the device from his official Twitter account. These renders were released by the designers of the Asus Zenfone 5 series and these renders should be of the Zenfone 6. It is already confirmed that the handset will be coming with a dual-slider design and from the images, we can see a built-in loudspeaker that will come with Harman / Kardon hardware which will be providing better sound quality.
Furthermore, the leakster also said that the device will be equipped with 5G networking functions and according to the past cooperating between Qualcomm and Asus, this is expected to come with Snapdragon 855 chipset along with Snapdragon X50 5G networking Chip. From the renders, we can find there is no provision for a physical fingerprint sensor that indicates an in-display fingerprint reader could be implemented.
Of course, we will also see the AI based face recognition authentication along with many other features. Furthermore, the device could be announced on the 16th of May in Valencia, Spain on 16th May but nothing has been confirmed yet. We are not sure about the global availability of the handset which we should be knowing when the handset is announced. It will be coming out of the box with the latest Android 9 Pie operating system with the companies on UI on top and should be getting further updates when available.
Since the screen of the device seems to be big, it might be coming with single hand mode features which will make it easier for the users to operate the device. The slider houses the front-facing camera probably along with a LED flash and has a dual camera set up on the rear along with a flash. Well, we need to wait a few more days to know more about the device and since these are just rendered and not confirmed by the company, we need to take these with a pinch of salt.
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