The double rear camera that rotates and, turning on a pin, becomes perfect for a selfie or a video call. This is the innovative solution proposed by Asus for its new ZenFone 6, a solution that draws heavily from other past experiments to project the company into the future.
ASUS ZenFone 6 1/2 (yes, seen elsewhere before, sat on these for a while, as I had no specs, so here ya go.) pic.twitter.com/syTfJmI4qI
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) May 15, 2019
To reveal the design of Asus ZenFone 6 Roland Quandt thought about it, became famous on Twitter for the number of rumors raised and then proved to be exact. On Twitter, he published the photos of what is, according to rumors, the new ZenFone 6, lingering in particular on the new camera.
As mentioned, the dual rear camera, which should consist of a 48MP main sensor and a 13MP secondary sensor, is housed in a module that pivots on the upper edge. In this way, it can rotate, like a hinge, and be used as a front camera.
Thanks to this solution, Asus ZenFone 6 should reach a very high ratio between screen and body. Still no news on the technical data sheet of the new smartphone, if not an indiscretion concerning the use of the Snapdragon 855 processor. What is sure, however, is the use of a huge 5000mAh battery.
5000 > 1+7+3700: perché scegliere il solito, quando puoi andare oltre l'ordinario?#DefyOrdinary #ZenFone6
5000mAh battery that is at the center of a Facebook post by Asus, which quite explicitly mocks the OnePlus 7 just released. In the image, in fact, the words 5000> 1 + 7 + 3700 appear (playing on the name of OnePlus), just to point out how much the battery of the new ZenFone 6 will be greater than that of OnePlus 7.
In the image shared by Asus, in addition to the teasing for the OnePlus battery, there is also the date on which the company will unveil the ZenFone 6. Appointment, therefore, for tomorrow at 8:00 pm.
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