Asus led the mid-range smartphone market last year with its various smartphones, all named Asus ZenFone 2. The Taiwanese multinational seems to be following the same course in 2016 as two latest Zenfone 3 versions have showed up on a benchmarking website.
Quite a few rumors have suggested a May release of Asus ZenFone 3 handsets. However, before the phone formally launch in the market, the company workers to a benchmarking website to test their devices.
The smartphones being tested are referred to only by their model numbers. The benchmarking sites, GFXBench listing has revealed a comprehensive list of purported Zenfone 3 features.
The first device to be tested is code-named Z010DD. The handset features a touch-enabled 5.9 inches display with a screen resolution of 720p. Previously been leaked camera specs suggest a 12 or 13MP rear lens and a 5MP front selfie snapper.
GFXBench has confirmed that this latest ASUS device will be driven by Snapdragon 615 by Qualcomm, octa-core CPU clocked at 1.5 GHz. The device will also pack in Qualcomm Adreno 405 for graphics.
ASUS plans to launch ZenFone 3 series with a Marshmallow OS. Thus, the smartphone will feature Android 6.0 with OpenGL ES 3.1 API. Under the hood, the rumored ZenFone 3 will pack in3GB of RAM with 32GB built-in internal storage which will be expandable.
The second device featured on the site has been codenamed Z012D. This handset flaunts 5.5 inches display with 1080 p resolution. This handset is also driven by Android Marshmallow. The second ASUS ZenFone 3 variant is powered by Snapdragon 650 by Qualcomm and also packs in 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory.
Until the company launches another smartphone lineup, it is safe to assume that these flagships will belong to ZenFone 3 lineup.