[CES 2017] Asus Zennovation Event Slated to Happen on Jan 4: Is ZenFone 4 with SD835 on the Cards?

Asus is hosting an event on Jan 4 at CES 2017.

    2016 is almost coming to an end and we are all set to step into the next year. With the start of a new year, one of the biggest tech shows, the CES (Consumer Electronic Show) 2017 is not too far away.

    [CES 2017] Is ZenFone 4 with SD835 Slated to Launch on Jan 4?

    Gradually, there are details about the upcoming launches that might happen in 2017 as its just a few more days ahead. The latest news about CES 2017 is the upcoming Asus launch as the company has put up an invite for its Zennovation event to be held on January 4, 2017 at Las Vegas.

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    Earlier this year, at the Computex 2016, Asus unwrapped the ZenFone 3 lineup comprising of models such as ZenFone 3, ZenFone 3 Deluxe and ZenFone 3 Ultra. Now, the manufacturer is expected to unveil the next flagship lineup, ZenFone 4.

    [CES 2017] Is ZenFone 4 with SD835 Slated to Launch on Jan 4?

    As of now, there are not many details about the ZenFone 4, but we can expect this device to also come in different variants. Furthermore, the invite that Asus has put up on its website shows that the upcoming Asus smartphone might use a Snapdragon chipset and we can expect it to be the Snapdragon 835 that is circulating in the rumors.

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    Asus has also made necessary arrangements to live stream the launch event to enable the global audience catch the event as and when it happens. As per Jerry Shen, the Asus CEO, the new smartphone will arrive with sensors that are necessary for Project Tango and the Zenfone AR will also be launched at a competitive price.



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