The Zenfone 10 may lose the best part of flagship Asus phones


2. The Zenfone 9 is the latest smartphone in the Asus Zenfone series, which was released in India in April 2019. For the Zenfone 9, Asus has released three variants in India – zenfone 9 (ZS620KL), zenfone 9 (ZS630KL) and zenfone 9 (ZS620KL) with 64 GB

The Zenfone 9 was launched with two storage options, 64GB and 128GB, with the former being sold in the US. The Zenfone 10 will apparently keep the same storage options, but will also come with a larger battery capacity. This is expected to be a 3,010 mAh unit, up from the 2,000 mAh one found in the Zenfone 9. The Zenfone 10 will apparently come with a 6.4

The Asus Zenfone 9 broke cover in the middle of last year with an impressive spec sheet and a rather complex pre-order period. Regardless, we were quite impressed with the device, especially the unique display size, which placed it among the most comfortable phones to use. While the Zenfone 9 wasn’t particularly a chart-topper, it’s clear that Asus isn’t giving up on its smartphone dreams yet. To this end, a new leak has now detailed the successor to the company’s 2022 flagship, dubbed the Zenfone 10, supposedly arriving later this year.

We’re also getting a brand-new processor as well. The Zenfone 10 will be the first Asus phone to use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chip, which is a beast of a chipset. The new chip brings eight cores with a base clock of 2.2GHz, along with support for up to 7nm silicon. The chip is Adreno 512 GPU, Qualcomm’s latest, which is a step up from

An exclusive report by Pricebaba through leaker Paras Guglani details the specifications of the Zenfone 10, bearing the model number AI2302. Unlike the Zenfone 9, the new flagship won’t feature a 5.9-inch AMOLED screen, but rather a larger 6.3-inch one, per the report. This is bittersweet for fans of the Asus high-end smartphone lineup. On one hand, the Zenfone 10 would finally gain parity with its larger-screened industry rivals. However, a larger display would also mean the phone would no longer qualify as a compact flagship, an aspect we loved a lot about the Zenfone 9.

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