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Asus ZenFone 4 Max Spotted On Official Website

May 09, 2017 05:32 AM EDT

Asus ZenFone 4 Max smartphone was accidentally listed on the company's support page of its official website. However, the listing was pulled out soon, but the smartphone was seen carrying the model number ZC554KL. Complete details with respect to the specifications and features were not revealed in the listing.

According to Gadgets 360, the Asus ZenFone 4 Max spotted on the official website hinted that it will support 4G connectivity and disclosed that it is the successor of ZenFone 3S Max. In addition, it was hinted that the device will sport a 5.5-inch display, and could be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor that will be either the Snapdragon 625 processor or the Snapdragon 660 processor. The Snapdragon 660 processor will be officially announced by Qualcomm this week.

According to BGR, the Asus device that was earlier spotted on the GFXBench with the model number- ASUS X00ID was assumed to be the Asus ZenFone 4 Max smartphone. The Asus X00ID was seen featuring a 5.5-inch HD display having a resolution of 1,280 pixels by 720 pixels.

Under the hood, the listed Asus device was seen powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core processor paired with 3GB of Ram and 32 GB of inbuilt storage. The listing also reveals that the ASUS X00ID will feature dual camera set up on the rear with one 13MP sensor and another 5MP sensor. The front face of the smartphone is seen carrying an 8MP selfie-shooter. On the software front, it is tipped to be running Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.

It is reported that Asus is expected to announce the Asus ZenFone 4 Max smartphone by end of May.  The unveiling event is likely to be at Computex 2017, which is scheduled to kick-off on May 30 in Taipei.

Asus, the Taiwanese tech giant has not revealed officially the details on the Asus ZenFone 4 Max. Therefore, readers are requested to take all the details with a grain of salt. Stay tuned for more updates.


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