Sep 05, 2020 News
The IFA 2020 recently took place, as we saw one of the biggest tech events take place. We got to know about a lot of new phones and laptops coming to the market - but our interest lies only in the prior piece of tech. One of the phones that were unveiled was the Asus Zenfone 7 Pro - a device that follows suit in its predecessor’s footsteps, being the Zenfone 6 which was a truly great device in its own regard - and one that was pretty affordable too. The Zenfone has a lot of the same positives and things to like, as there’s not much there to hate about the phone.
Asus is continuing with its flip camera mechanism, as there won’t be any front cameras in the phone. This not only allows for the removal of all notches and obstructions in the display, but also means that your selfies are going to be taken by your back camera - meaning they’re going to be excellent in quality. This makes the front of the phone have a high screen to body ratio, adding to the overall aesthetic and look of the device. If motorized cameras scared you in the past though, then you won’t be on board with this either - even though there haven’t been any major reported cases of issues being faced by such camera mechanisms.
The rest of the Zenfone 7 Pro follows the path set by the previous version of the phone, as it sports top-notch specs all around, including the Snapdragon 865 Plus, an AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate, and fast charging support as well. It’s no doubt that the phone is going to be well received by the public - as it’s only issue will be how ASUS markets the phone and how widely available it will be around the world.