Asus announced their all-time best smartphone, the Zenfone AR in CES 2017. Zenfone AR is the first Asus phone with Google tango capabilities. But it wasn’t available in major markets. Now, we have gotten some information about the launch of Zenfone AR in the United States. According to CEO Jerry Shen, the device will be launching in Taiwan in mid-June, followed by a US launch as soon as the end of June or early July. He announced this news at the pre-Computex keynote.
Internally, the ZenFone AR is a powerful smartphone. It packs a Snapdragon 821 processor and 8GB of RAM. While Qualcomm is targeting the Snapdragon 835 as its next flagship SoC, the company says the Snapdragon 821 is designed to deliver unmatched AR and VR experiences. The front of the phone features a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED QHD (2560×1440) pixels resolution, making the experience wholesome when viewing content in virtual reality.
We don’t have any clue about the price of the device. So we will have to wait a little more to get some more information about the device and its US launch.
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