Asus ZenPad Rendered Photos Gets Leaked

    Earlier this month, we showed you the back of an unannounced Asus tablet called ZenPad 7, while also informing you about an upcoming ZenPad 8.

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    Asus ZenPad  Rendered Photos Gets Leaked

    As you can see from the images above, this ZenPad seems to sport dual front-facing speakers, which will hopefully be stereo.

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    Reportedly sporting an 8-inch display with 1536 x 2048 pixels and a 4:3 aspect ratio, the ZenPad 8 is obviously larger than the ZenPad 7 (which offers a 7-inch screen with just 600 x 1024 pixels).

    It seems that the ZenPad 8 features front-facing speakers, a front-facing camera, and, of course, also a rear camera. The slate is powered by an Intel processor, and probably has a microSD card slot.

    Asus ZenPad  Rendered Photos Gets Leaked

    Most of the rear side of the tablet appears to be made from soft-touch plastic, but there's a faux-leather strip at the edge where the Asus ZenPad and Intel Inside logos are to be found. The power button sits below the volume rocker on the right of the ZenPad, while the 3.5mm headset jack is at the top.

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    The 8 inch variant will be available either with an Intel Atom Z3560 or Z3530 processor and will have 2GB of RAM. The cameras remain the same as the ones on the 7 inch version however apart from the 8/16GB memory variants, you will also get 32/64GB variants on the 8 inch model. Both the devices will also support microSD card slots and will run Android Lollipop 5.0 out of the box.


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