Asus 6Z has just been launched in India, a smartphone is actually a ZenFone 6 but due to some legal issues, it has to be renamed to 6Z. This version in India will be identical in appearance and configuration as the world version, its highlight is in the camera cluster flip from front to front very nicely. Other information, including the most powerful SoC Snapdragon 855, packs up to 5000mAh battery and 8GB of RAM.
Asus 6Z is running on Android Pie operating system with Zen UI 6 interface, Asus said that it will definitely be updated to Android Q and beyond Android R in the future. It has a 6.4-inch screen, fullHD + resolution (1080×2340), IPS panel and 19.5: 9 screen aspect ratio. Since there is no rabbit ear design, 92% of the front area is used for display. This screen can display up to 600nits.
6Z's dual camera system consists of a main camera up to 48MP, using Sony's sensor, IMX584, aperture F / 1.79, a laser focal module, each pixel will be 1.6 microns in size. The second camera has a 13MP resolution with the ability to capture ultra-wide angle, 125 degrees, with built-in anti-distortion feature that is common on wide-angle cameras. The system pans the camera to hide inside the device called Asus Flip Camera. I myself find this mechanism quite interesting, when you need to use the front camera, the camera system will turn upwards from the orange back to orange first. Asus says they have opened Cam2 API so users can take advantage of better camera applications. Another shooting support feature is HDR Enhanced (a combination of 16 images) and Super Night Mode is also included.
Other information including 256GB UFS 2.1 internal memory that supports memory cards up to 2T, 4G VoLTE, Wifi AC (Wifi 5), Bluetooth 5.0, uses port C and still has port 3.5. Up to 5000mAh battery with fast charging technology QuichCharge 4.0, Asus bundled this 18W charger for users.
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