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Asus ZenFone 6 dual-slider design revealed in videos

10 May 2019 4

There have been quite a few leaks surrounding the Asus ZenFone 6, including a leaked Geekbench score, official teaser, and even case renders. However, another one has been spotted online and is the most interesting of all since it’s two videos which reveal quite a lot about the design and build quality of the smartphone.

The first video showcases the front camera when the slider is pulled down. Sliding it down isn’t the only option as on sliding it up, the front-facing speakers are revealed. Something which becomes very obvious from just a glimpse at the Asus ZenFone 6 is that the company has done away with the notched display and has adopted a new sliding mechanism which is still yet to be seen on other smartphones. The back of the phone houses the dual-rear camera set up along with a fingerprint sensor below it. The bottom of the phone showcases its USB-C Type port along with the headphone jack to its left.

The second video also shows off what the smartphone may look like. However, it seems a lot boxier than expected. Both videos reveal more or less the same things except that in the second video, the phone looks chunky. Asus has shared an image of its ZenFone 6 which reveals the headphone jack at the bottom of the smartphone. In the second video, this is missing which suggests that the second video may just be fake or that the smartphone will be released in more than just one version.

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