ASUS Zenfone 4 Max Getting Certified By Numerous Organizations; Phone To Be Out In July?
Taiwan-based tech firm ASUS may well seem to be shelling out their next phone lineup - the Zenfone 4 series. One of its expected phone renders - the Zenfone 4 Max - has been spotted on several certification websites sending an impression that the company is prepping to launch the handset alongside other phone models.
The alleged ASUS phone in question - carrying the model numbers X00ID and ZC554KL - has been speculated to be the Zenfone 4 Max. The mentioned product codes were recently spotted online as these have passed the standards of both Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) and the non-profit organization dubbed as the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA), Android Headlines noted. In addition, Indonesia's Ministry of Industry (P3DN) has recently certified the product and confirmed that it was indeed an ASUS smartphone that passed its standards, according to The Android Soul.
The publication also stated that some of Zenfone 4 Max's main specifications were posted on GFXBench. Per the listing, the phone will be getting a 5.5-inch display with a 1280 x 720 screen resolution. It is expected to be preinstalled with the Android Nougat (7.1.1) operating system and is believed to be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 430 chipset alongside an Adreno 505 graphics processing unit (GPU).
Zenfone 4 Max's rear and selfie shooters will be getting 12 and 7 megapixels respectively with the former getting additional features that include autofocus, face detection, touch focus, and HDR. Moreover, it is likely that the mid-ranged handset will be getting 3GB of RAM with 32GB of storage space. Its battery feature, on the other hand, was not disclosed. However, there are rumors claiming that its battery capacity could hold up to 4850 mAh.
As of late, ASUS remains mum about Zenfone 4 Max's release date. Nevertheless, it is believed that the Zenfone lineup could be revealed sometime in July. Check out a video about ASUS here: