ASUS updates its ZenFone line with new smartphone

ASUS updates its ZenFone line with new smartphone

Here’s another smartphone leak – this time it is about a new ASUS smartphone that is yet unannounced as you can imagine. There’s more to it, though – ASUS will use this device to update its ZenFone line. The smartphone is known as ASUS X002 and when released it will measure 146 x 73 x 9.9 mm and weigh 140 grams.

The upcoming ASUS X002 will have a quad-core MediaTek MT6732 chip at 1.5 GHz, Mali-T670 graphics and support for LTE. In addition to all this the smartphone will have a 5-inch sensor display at 720p resolution (1280 x 720 pixels), 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal memory, a rear 7 MP camera with support for 4K/UHD video, autofocus and a LED flash, a 5 MP front camera with support for 4K/UHD video as well, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS and more. A 2500 mAh battery will power the X002. It is worth noting that the smartphone can only work with a single SIM card.

Once released the device will run Android 4.4.4 KitKat. The price of the smartphone is unknown as of now.

Source: Androidheadlines.com

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