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ASUS is producing a triple camera Zenfone, indicates leak [Rumor]

ASUS is working on a triple camera smartphone. At least what is being commented on in a direct leak from Germany. Roland Quandt, a German who has already leaked other gadgets and smartphones, this time shared information from what may be the next Zenfone presented.

He posted on his Twitter that the company is working on the ASUS Zenfone ZB634KL model and should be presented soon.

Roland said the new Zenfone comes with a triple camera at the rear. A Russian site called Mobiletelefon commented that some of the possible specifications taking into consideration the letters of the model.

Analysis

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The letters "ZB" at the beginning of the name indicate the line, this indicates that the ZB634KL is a Zenfone Max, number 63 in theory speaks of a 6.3 inch screen and the letters "K" and "L" mean a Snapdragon processor and 4G LTE network respectively.

Throughout the Twitter conversation, Roland also comments that another model is being manufactured and that in total only Three smartphones, ZB631KL, ZB632KL, ZB633KL. The latter is more likely to be the Zenfone Max (M2) and should also come with a triple camera.

Today, the boy, who seems to have a source of his confidence, has released device specifications.

In addition to smartphones, ASUS can also launch a 10-inch screen tablet, according to Roland Quandt. According to him, the device use Chrome OS, Google's operating system and bring several different features. The launch of the gadget would be scheduled for CES2019.

Now wait to see how reliable the font from Roland Quandt. According to him, these smartphones should be presented soon, although it is not possible to know precisely when this soon.

Here in the Connected World we check out the Zenfone 5 released this year, you can check it out right here.

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