Asus is expected to launch its new smartphone ZenFone 4 on 17 August in the United States. And just ahead of the launch the company seems to have let the upcoming handset out to be spotted on the GFX benchmarking website.
While there have already been several leaks surrounding the device, the appearance on GFXBench means that we will get to see the "almost" final specs of the alleged handset. Notably, it could also mean that Asus has finished testing the device with required elements. In any case, the specifications of the upcoming Asus ZenFone 4 smartphone has now been revealed thus giving us a clearer idea of the new smartphone.
So as per the GFXBench and considering those are the final specs, the smartphone sports a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1920X1080 pixels and it also has five-finger gesture support. The handset is powered by Qualcomm (possibly, Snapdragon 630) SoC clocked at 2.2GHz which is paired with Adreno 508 GPU. The device runs on the latest version of Android Nougat (7.1.1). Asus ZenFone 4 further comes with 4GB RAM and offers 64GB storage.
Talking about the cameras, the smartphone is equipped with a 12MP rear camera, which features autofocus, face detection, flash, and touch focus. Meanwhile, the front camera features an 8MP camera. The back camera will also support UHD (4K) recording while the front will support 3264 X 1836 resolution videos.
The single sim smartphone will come with sensors like accelerometer, Bluetooth, compass, GPS, gyroscope, light-sensor, pedometer, proximity, and Wi-fi.
These specifications are pretty much in line with the leaked ZenFone 4 specs. However, one interesting thing is that this smartphone has been expected to come with dual rear cameras of which one will have a 12 MP resolution and the other will have an 8 MP resolution. As of now and according to the GFXBench we have seen no signs as such. But again Asus could change the specs of the device in the final product.
Besides, all the details will be revealed as the official launch of the device is just three days away.
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