This week a lot of information has already been revealed about the next high-end smartphones from ASUS, the ASUS ZenFone 7. With its official presentation scheduled for a week from now (August 26), the manufacturer has now confirmed one of the most desired details in the regards its design.
One of the features that made its predecessor very popular was the presence of a rotating camera. This strategy allowed us to offer a truly Full View and the possibility of taking high quality selfies. Even today, ZenFone 6 is in 5th place in the ranking of DxOMark selfies.
Yesterday, through its official (German) Twitter account, ASUS published a short video confirming that the ZenFone 7 will also arrive with a rotating camera.
Details on the ASUS ZenFone 7 cameras are still a mystery
Unfortunately, the manufacturer ended up not revealing any more details in this short video of just 6 seconds. The confirmation is made by the phrase “Flip Deine Welt” presented at the end, which translates to “Turn your world around”. Interestingly, in its global account, the manufacturer ended up publishing a slightly altered video, using the same phrase from the ZenFone 6 campaign, “Get ready to challenge the ordinary”.
The video also confirms that ASUS ZenFone 7 will arrive with very slim margins, possibly using the same Nano Edge screen as its predecessor. In addition, we also see the detail of the volume control button positioned on the right side of the smartphone.
What we know about the new flagship
Although the manufacturer continues to keep details secret, impressive information was revealed yesterday by renowned leaker Roland Quandt. According to the leaker, the ASUS ZenFone 7 will hit the market at a price of just € 499.
Considering that it should come equipped with the most powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, this is a value that is sure to entice many users.
In addition, several rumors indicate the presence of a 6.7 “inch screen with a Full HD + resolution and a 5,000mAh battery. It remains for us to wait a few more days until concrete information about your cameras begins to circulate.
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