Zenfone 7 and Zenfone 7 Pro were revealed by Asus as their top-of-the-line device last year for the year 2020, and now we see rumors citing the launch of Zenfone 8 series of devices. One of this new model. The generation should be a 5.9-inch model, which can be called the Zenfone 8 Mini, and has been rumored for some time.
Determined for launch next week, the device, which is considered compact today, has just received certification from BIS for the Bureau of Indian Standards, a regulatory body that works similar to Anatel here in Brazil. With this, the smartphone with the identification number ASUS_I006D is approved and can be sold officially in India.
Asus Zenfone 8 Mini * is listed on the BIS certification.
Model Number: ASUS_I006D pic.twitter.com/RGozBeXr8u
– the_tech_guy (@_the_tech_guy) 5 May, 2021
According to rumors, the Zenfone 8 Mini is supposed to be made official with a 5.9-inch OLED screen, giving full HD + resolution and still a 120 Hz refresh rate with holes in the top left corner of the screen for the front camera Supports 24 MPs.
For the performance part, everything indicates that it will be presented with a processor built by Qualcomm, and more accurately the Snapdragon 888, currently one of the most powerful platforms for Android devices. Of which, it is running under the proprietary interface of ASUS, must run Android 11 from the factory. Zenfone 8 should have 6 GB, 8 GB, 12 GB and 16 GB RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB versions for internal storage.
Finally, it is worth saying that everything indicates that the ZenFone 8 Mini will have two rear cameras, a 64MP main camera and a secondary that is yet to be identified. As for the battery, everything indicates that it will be offered with a cell with a capacity of 4,000 mAh with support for fast charging of 30 watts. ASUS has already confirmed that the model will have headphones and a P2 port for IP68 water resistance.
In any case, the model will be presented next May 12 along with its other brothers in the Zenfone 8 series.
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