Asus Zenfone 2 Series Ready for CES 2015 Debut

By Anuj
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The Zenfone series has been a major success ever since its inception in 2013. In fact, the series has been showing no signs of slowing down.

Asus currently sells the Zenfone series devices with 4, 5 and 6-inch displays. Well the company is now planning to launch updated smartphones under its Zenfone series at the forthcoming CES 2015 tech show.

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Asus Zenfone 2 Series Ready for CES 2015 Debut

 

At an investor conference held in Taiwan, Asus' CEO Jerry Shen told the media that the company is planning to launch updated Zenfone series at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2015.

Apparently, the Zenfone 2 series will be powered by Intel chipsets. Shen also mentioned that plans are in place to unveil smartphones with non-Intel chipsets.

With price range starting upwards from NT$9,990 or Rs. 20,190, the Asus' Zenfone 2 series seem to be more premium in nature. Once again, exact details around the Zenfone 2 series have been kept under tight wraps. Notably, the new phones from Asus will support 4G LTE connectivity.

Asus estimates that it will ship 8 million smartphones this year and 16 million units next year, as the company plans to expand its reach beyond India. The Nexus 7 maker last year launched its Zenfone series in India.

The current generation Asus Zenfone series starts from Rs. 5,999 and goes up to Rs. 16,999 for the top-end model. Asus has tied-up with ecommerce giant Flipkart to sell its smartphones in the country.

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