Today, we have live images of the upcoming Asus Zenfone 6 smartphone, which reveal a prototype of the handset, especially with the front camera waterdrop Notch placed to the right side of the panel.
Now we see the dual camera sensors in the center of the back, which helps to create a very different look at what we have in the current Zenfone 5. In addition, the finish gained a new treatment, setting aside the concentric rays to adopt something similar to a metal mesh under the glass. Separating the concentrated rays to adopt something similar to the metal trap under the glass.
The notch is seen in the upper right corner of the front panel, demonstrating that this may be the most likely position in the final version of the device. Since it is still likely to be a prototype model, however, its official announcement is expected to MWC 2019.
As can be seen in the pictures above, Asus will not give up on the 3.5mm audio jack, main sound output, however, remains on the bottom of the handset, So this time it will not be that we have a front speaker.
Speaking of the loudspeaker, we have a large grid for the same at the top edge of the front panel, indicating a possible improvement in the already great sound quality found in Zenfone 5.
No fingerprint reader is found anywhere, reinforcing that Asus may be one more to use an in-display fingerprint sensor. In addition, you can see that the device also has face unlock, thus giving more freedom to users.
There is still no information on the technical specifications of the new Asus Zenfone 6, so we have to wait to see if the Asus will maintain an Intermediate launching policy or the flagship with a different chipset and higher storage.
So what did you think of the possible Zenfone 6? Do you think that the final version of the device will be very different from what we had in the images? Leave us your comment below!