After coming up with photography-centric ZenFone 3 Zoom, the ZenFone AR replete with both Google Tango (AR platform) as well as Google Daydream (VR Platform) and the most recent big battery Zenfone 3s Max this year, Asus looks all set to launch a new flagship, to be apparently called the ZenFone 4.
The phone has surfaced on benchmarking site GFXBench and showcases most of its specifications, inciting the curiosity of tech enthusiasts all over the world.
By the looks of it, the purported successor to Asus’ ZenFone 3 smartphone will feature a 5.7-inch quadHD display and boot the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. The phone will be seemingly powered by a 2.1GHz quad-core Snapdragon 820 chipset coupled with a 6GB RAM along with an Adreno 530 GPU.
Talking about the optics, the listing reveals that the phone will sport a mammoth 21MP rear camera with 4K recording facilities alongside an 8MP one on the front. Furthermore, the phone will feature an in-built storage capacity of 64GB.
The listing could not throw light on other specifications including the battery type and capacity of the tentative ZenFone 4.
Although Asus had indeed brought out the Zenfone 4 in May 2014, it was a 4-inch budget model, making it all the more likely for the touted phone to usher in the successors to the company’s ZenFone 3 series of smartphones.
Let us know what you make out of the leak. Does it really mean the end of Asus’ ZenFone 3 series?