Asus is a Taiwanese company that recently launched the Asus Zenfone 7 and Zenfone 7 pro in September of last year. Now they are all ready to introduce the next-in-line smartphone that is Zenfone 8 series.
The official Asus website does not disclose the smartphone models in the Zenfone 8 Series, however, they have indicated that the phone will have a larger display and compact size, implying that an ASUS Zenfone 8 mini and Pro will also be available.
Asus Zenfone 8 Launch Date
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On their original site page, Asus added a countdown clock that revealed the launch date of the Asus Zenfone 8 series, which is May 12th, 2021. The clock only shows the Zenfone 8’s launch date, but it also shows that a smaller version of the phone is in the works, which could only mean that a Zenfone 8 Mini is on the way.
Asus Zenfone 8 Specifications:
The Snapdragon 888 SoC will power the Asus ZenFone 8. The phone is expected to have a 5.9-inch FHD+ display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, a 120Hz refresh rate, and no notch or bezels, according to rumors. It earned 1124 points in the single-core test and 3669 points in the multi-core test. These results are similar to those obtained by other Snapdragon 888 phones.
The Zenfone 8 Pro could come with up to 16GB of RAM, making it ideal for high-end gamers and streamers. The battery of the unit is currently unknown. The mobile, on the other hand, is likely to come with 30W fast charging.
The Zenfone 8 from Asus is expected to have four cameras. The IMX686 64MP, 12MP Sony IMX663, 24MP OmniVision OV24B1Q, and 8MP OmniVision OV08A telephoto modules are the smartphone’s primary cameras. All phones in the Zenfone 8 series are supposed to have OLED displays.
The rest of the hardware and software on all three smartphones are expected to be identical. This is an excellent option for those looking for a small but powerful Android smartphone.
The expected price of the Zenfone 8 is said to be Rs.59,990 but we will know for sure once the smartphone is available to purchase on May 12th along with some other details.
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