For those looking for a truly different smartphone, the Asus ZenFone 7 Pro is one of the best options on the market. Its rotating chamber leaves no one indifferent, and in a disassembly its secrets were revealed.
It is good to remember that ZenFone 7 Pro follows the design line of ZenFone 6, its predecessor. To achieve a full screen, it has a rotating camera, which ensures that the rear cameras can function as front cameras.
What changed from ZenFone 6 to ZenFone 7 Pro
In the previous model, the engine that rotates the chambers was close to the module. But as you can see in this video, the engine is now built into the module itself.
With regard to refrigeration, the same pattern is maintained. This is because thermal paste and copper are used. And although it has its difficulties, it does not seem to be exactly difficult to dismantle.
This video was released by the PBKReviews channel and shows us the inside of a device that raises a lot of curiosity. This is ‘the fault’ of their rotating chambers. But the terminal’s specifications are also eye-catching.
The ZenFone 7 Pro is the latest flagship from Asus. It features three rotating cameras, a full screen that is now AMOLED and 90Hz, a 5000mAh super battery and the Snapdragon 865+ processor.
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