ASUS Zenfone 6 official teaser shows attractive borderless design and its release date confirmed
By Linky Johnson 2019-05-06 238 0
Unlike most devices currently on the market, the ZenFone 6 should indeed ignore the traditional and much criticized notch.
Should we expect to find ourselves facing a telephone with imposing borders? No, at least not according to this poster and the latest leaks.
Will Zenfone 6 adopt sliding camera design?
According to rumours, Asus chose to move the front camera and its various sensors into a moving part, a part in the form of a slider. The concept would therefore be similar to that of Xiaomi's Mi Mix 3 and the user would only have to pull the screen of his phone down to make the front camera appear.
At least assuming that the manufacturer does not opt for a motorized system like the one on board the Oppo Find X.
But there is something better, because some sources also reported a double sliding structure system. By pulling the screen upwards, it would indeed be possible to make a speaker by Harman Kardon appear. However, we do not know whether these corridor noises are really true or whether they are more of a fantasy.
Between leaks and fantasies
One thing seems certain anyway. This Zenfone 6 should put the package on the technical side and it would therefore be quite logical if it were powered by a Snapdragon 855. With a competitive price behind it, it should therefore be able to establish itself on the market. We hope, of course, that consumers will respond.
Asus, on the other hand, promises in any case an "extraordinary revolution" and therefore seems quite confident.
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