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Asus ZenFone 4 Images Leaked Reveals Dual Camera Setup



Asus should bring at least three smartphones with different price ranges under the name Asus Zenfone 4: Zenfone 4, 4 Max and 4s. In the image below, which was leaked by Asus itself, we have a preview of the portfolio that the company should invest. No details about the products were released, except the 4 Max, which has already been officially launched by the brand in recent days with 5,000 mAh battery

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Today, a few live hands-on images of the Asus Zenfone 4 leaked that suggest it can bring a dual camera setup similar to that found in Zenfone 3 Zoom. The images leaked below by a website reveal an alleged device with such characteristics and would be the company’s next high-end.

At this stage of the product development process, Asus may be using prototypes with different types of visual characteristics, so we can not treat images as true. If confirmed by the company at some point, we can say that we will have a model with a physical home button with capacitive keys around. The other details are very reminiscent of the look of Zenfone 3.

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The information about the Asus Zenfone 4 is that it will come in two versions, the first is Snapdragon 660 and the second is Snapdragon 630, and the Snapdragon 660 version appeared on the Geekbench along with 4GB of RAM + runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat. There is no more information than these, but apparently, we will not wait too much.

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