ASUS Zenfone 6 With 48MP Dual Flip Camera Has Launched Globally
After a continuous flow of rumors, ASUS has finally released its new high-end flagship phone. The ASUS Zenfone 6 has very interesting features beyond the construction itself. Its main attention is its dual camera lens, which is in a rotating system. The two rear sensors with a rotating back mechanism developed by ASUS and manufactured with a liquid metal alloy. But the Zenfone 6 is much more than that, the price is quite expensive.
On reviewing all the features, ASUS Zenfone 6 is facing a premium phone that bets on everything and has in its camera system its greatest attraction. The Sony IMX586 is the main sensor of this Zenfone 6, which means that we have 48 MP rotating sensor. The secondary is a 13 MP sensor, with a super wide-angle in full-scale and which corrects the distortion of the lens in real time.
And with respect to the front camera? Two rear cameras, two front cameras, two cameras in total. ASUS calls its Flip Camera module and builds it with an amorphous alloy of liquid metal, 20% lighter than stainless steel and four times stronger than it. In addition, we have a fall detection module to hold the camera when the phone gets out of hand.
Expected Power In 2019 Flagship
ASUS is not surprised to see the Snapdragon 855 at the helm of operations, with its Adreno 640 GPU in the graphics section and with powerful memory support. Specifically, a basic model with 6GB and 128GB and another superior with 8GB in RAM and 256GB in internal storage. If we wish, we can expand the set with a microSD, and thus make the phone even more powerful in this section.
For the screen, ASUS has opted NanoEdge curved screen and offering an IPS panel of 6.4 inches diagonal, and FullHD + resolution. The screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 6. 5,000 mAh internal battery highlights the smartphone, which has come up with Quick Charge 4+.
Apart from connectivity, it has latest WiFi 5.0, Bluetooth 5.0, Dual GPS and FM radio, as well as a headphone jack on the bottom. The fingerprint reader on the back and a button for the assistant on the side, which ASUS calls it as Smart Key. The box also includes ASUS ZenEar headphones.