ASUS ZenFone AR with 8GB RAM to land in US by July
Previously this month, we got to know that Google verified later this summer that Asus ZenFone AR will be arriving soon. During an interview with Engadget, Chief Executive Officer of ASUS Jerry Shen verified that the time frame of Asus ZenFone AR unavailability in the US as well as Taiwan. Nevertheless, there isn’t any info on the pricing of Asus ZenFone AR smartphone.
The Asus ZenFone AR goes on sale in Taiwan in mid-June, while it for users in the US around July. It’s also to be mentioned that the smartphone is going to be carrier-exclusive to Verizon Wireless. This can be the very first time a US carrier is going to be promoting a smartphone that is infused with the Tango augmented-reality (AR) technology of Google.
Asus ZenFone AR is the smartphone that is 2nd, after Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, which comes outfitted Tango, with Google aspirational task. The smartphone also facilitates Google Daydream VR, make it the first smartphone to uses both Daydream and Tango technology.
For all those people who aren’t conscious, Tango is a technology system created and published by Google that uses computer vision to allow mobile phones, like smartphones and tablets, to identify their position relative to the planet around them without the need for GPS navigation, while Daydream is Google’s take on the top quality cell VR expertise. It was disappointed with a few mediocre specs though Lenovo Phab 2 Pro was the first system to come outfitted with Tango, the ZenFone AR is an actual flagship device which comes along with some insane specifications.
This smartphone comes along with a 5.7-inch WQHD Super AMOLED display with a display resolution of 2560 x1440 pixels, which makes it the best system to perform augmented-reality technology. Under the hood, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, which is optimized for Tango is packed by the ZenFone AR. Though Qualcomm unmasked its state-of-the artwork Snapdragon 835 processor, Asus states that ZenFone AR was produced in near co-Operation with Google to supply Daydream encounters and the most readily useful Tango. The device is also the first at activity a whopping 8GB of RAM and the company has also promised that the smartphone will come in various models including a 6GB RAM and internal storage options which range from 32GB to up to 256GB.
The ASUS ZenFone AR also comes with a 23 megapixel Sony IMX318 rear camera, with typical Tango sensors for depth and movement monitoring. The primary camera supports TriTech auto-focus system, dual PDAF, second-gen Laser-Focus. The rear camera supports 3-axis EIS as well as 4 axis OIS for video recording along with support for 4K video recording. 3 comes along with an 8megapixel front camera and backs the system smartphone works on the on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS and supports Hi-Res Audio, DTS virtual surround sound, and a-5 magnet speaker.