Asus Zenfone 6 Prototype Images Leaked, Unveil In-display Front Camera

Zenfone 6 prototype images leaked

The new Asus Zenfone 6 prototype images have been reported by GizmoChina. The images have revealed three different designs. One of them comes with an in-display camera and triple rear camera unit. However, the company has launched the Zenfone 5 series at Mobile World Congress 2018, the pictures of the device have yet been unknown. According to the leaked images, the Zenfone 6 prototype appears to have more than where Zenfone 5 series left off. One of these images shows the Zenfone 6 prototype with an in-display camera placed by the side of Zenfone 5Z.




The difference between the designs of the two phones is the thinner bezel on the devices and also the in-display camera which creates a hole in the top-left corner of the display. Along with this, the device has a type-C USB port and a 3.5mm headphone jack with a speaker grill on the bottom right. Also, Zenfone 6 shows the presence of an in-display camera at the top right corner except for the same full-screen display look. These prototypes indicate that Zenfone 6 will not have notched display. Only one of the prototype image displayed a notch, but, Asus phone shows a water drop notch design.

If we talk about back, there is a metallic finish visible over one of the Zenfone 6 prototypes and each of which appears to have metal casings. However, one of these devices come with a triple rear camera configuration which is stacked vertically. Among the other features, dual rear cameras are placed at the centre. Both the phones display a fingerprint scanner at the back.




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