Earlier this year at the MWC 2018 event, ASUS has introduced the ZenFone 5Z . This smartphone comes with a Snapdragon 845 chipset concocting Qualcomm and entering the Indonesian market, ASUS markets the ZenFone 5Z at a price of IDR 6 million .
But some people judge that the emergence of the ASUS ZenFone 5Z is nothing extraordinary, especially this smartphone comes with a flagship title. Yes! ASUS arm 5Z with dual-camera rear, luxurious color, 256 GB storage, and bangs similar to the iPhone X.
Then, what about ZenFone 6 which is reportedly being prepared by ASUS? Based on the latest leaks that appear on the internet, ASUS seems to be attracted by “water droplets” bangs which are now widely adopted by Chinese smartphones, such as OPPO and Huawei .
Like a leak that recently circulated shows the ASUS ZenFone 6 prototype with bangs “water droplets” that are located right in the middle. But there is the latest leak that shows the bangs on the ZenFone 6 which are shifted slightly to the upper right corner.
Maybe you think that the leaked ASUS ZenFone 6 image shown is just a joke. But if you look at the video below, ASUS seems to be serious about working on ZenFone 6 with bangs that are more feasible to look like “bumps”.
Yes! The bangs are also used by ASUS to place the front camera. Nothing else has changed with the initial prototype. ASUS still pinned the top bezel earpice, USB-C, 3.5 mm audio jack port and speaker at the bottom.
At the rear, ASUS still places dual camera support equipped with a flash LED. But under the existing dual-camera, there is still a black area and the possibility is a fingerprint scanner, but it can also be a PDAF sensor.
Indeed, not a few are guessing that ASUS will release Zenfone 6 with a fingerprint scanner on the screen. In addition, it is possible that ASUS will embed face scanner technology.
Well! Given the “bump” bangs on the ZenFone 6 are so small, it makes sense that ASUS only provides standard face scanner technology. And it’s hard for ASUS to load 3D face scanner features that are supported by infrared sensors.