Earlier this week, a court ruling had left ASUS in a difficult situation in India, banning it from launching a smartphone with the “Zenfone” brand. But it seems the Taiwanese manufacturer has already found a solution to the impasse.
The new smartphone promotional page on Flipkart – your distribution partner – appears Zenfone 6 with a new name: ASUS 6z. This means that this should be the device’s nomenclature in the country. Check below:
Although it probably comes under another name, the settings of ASUS 6z should be the same as the version announced in Valencia last month. That is, the device will have a 6.4-inch NanoEdge screen, Snapdragon 855 chipset, up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage.
The model is likely to be released in India with its set of two rear cameras, which they saw front with their spinning mechanism. The main sensor is a Sony IMX586 of 48 MP, while there is a second wide-angle of 13 MP. To complete, there will be a battery of 5,000 mAh and the Android 9 Pie – under the interface ZenUI 6 – like the operating system.
Scheduled to delay, due to the withdrawal of the date of announcement of the images, now the latest information shows the presentation of the device in Indian territory for June 19 this year.