Asus confirmed its flagship handset ZenFone 6 with the model name Asus 6Z. The smartphone was announced to sport a notch-less display and a flip camera setup, which doubles as the selfie camera sensor.
Now, it seems that Asus is getting ready to release another flagship device, according to some reports. Qualcomm, the chip manufacturer, published a list of smartphones that will make use of the Snapdragon 865 chipset. And, the Asus ZenFone 7, which could be released as the Asus 7Z, was mentioned there. Here is what you need to know.
Asus Might Release a New ZenFone Smartphone This Year
The rumor mill regarding Asus’ upcoming flagship handset started to create quite a buzz recently. So long, there weren’t many details about its features and specs, but a report by TNNToday claims that Asus could release the ZenFone 7 lineup this year.
As per the report, the ZenFone 7 could arrive in two storage versions, including a standard version called ZenFone 7 and an advanced model dubbed ZenFone 7 Pro. The upcoming series is believed to be launched in white and black color options.
The report further claims that the next Asus flagship device could be released with the flip camera system, as seen on its predecessor. And, it is said to sport the notch-less AMOLED display, too.
The other good stuff that we can dig in includes an in-display fingerprint sensor, support for 5G connectivity, and a powerful Snapdragon 865 chipset.
What We Should Expect From Asus’ Upcoming Z Series
For now, there are no other details about the Asus ZenFone 7 lineup. We can expect it to arrive with a price tag below the Asus ROG Phone 3, a gaming smartphone that is likely to be released on July 22. And, it is rumored to arrive in India with the moniker Asus 7z.
Given that these are the early rumors about the next Asus smartphone, we need to wait for more information to be officially released or leaked.
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