On May 16, Asus will unveil to the world the Zenfone 6, the range of smartphones from Taiwan's hardware manufacturer. Although it did not provide any technical specifications, the company showed an image of its flagship, as an invitation to the live stream presentation, directly from Valencia, Spain.
The picture on the smartphone indicates the absence of the notch for the front camera, but you also do not see any fashionable punch-holes, and even the bezel is so thin that it's almost non-existent. In this way it is speculated if device will have a retractable camera system, similar to Oppo models.
According to Phone Radar, the flagship model, Zenfone 6Z has received FCC certification, and has been listed in a different benchmark under the acronym Asus I01WD, suggesting that it can be powered by a Qualcomm 855 Snapdragon processor, paired with a Kryo 485 chip and an Adreno 640 GPU, used in the latest state-of-the-art equipment in different brands.
In AnTuTu, the 6Z was listed as having a Full HD + screen with a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. The benchmark has even scored it, having received 363,172 points, but has not put it in front of other smartphones based on the Snapdragon 855. Rumors also point that the new top of the Asus range has a rear camera system in the rear, led by 48 MP Sony IMX586 sensor. Also the selfie camera can be of 48 MP, becoming the most powerful frontal sensor of a smartphone.