At the end of last year Apple launched a smartphone that is already rare these days. The iPhone 12 mini landed on the market at 5.4 ”inches, making it the top-of-the-line device with the most restrained measures on the market.
As 4gnews has reported in recent weeks, Asus will be preparing a similar strategy. In addition to the more than expected ZenFone 8 and ZenFone 8 Pro, the Taiwanese manufacturer will also launch the alleged ZenFone 8 Mini.
The equipment with the model name “ASUS_ZS590KS / ASUS_I006D” has passed TÜV SÜD certification, which reveals its loading details. According to this source, the terminal will arrive with fast charging of 30W.
This source does not refer to other specifications, but previously it was mentioned that the smartphone must arrive with a AMOLED Full HD + panel with 120Hz of 5.92 ”inches. Something that is smaller by current standards, but is far from the iPhone 12 mini.
An important detail is that the smartphone in question must arrive equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 processor. Thus, as stated by Gizmochina, it can be the “most compact” equipment controlled by that processor.
The big question is whether Asus returns, or not, to bet on the “flip camera”. As you can see in our review of the Asus ZenFone 7 Pro, this is a rotating camera module, which allows you to use the same sensors behind and in front of the terminal.
Another important detail will be the battery. The Asus ZenFone 7 Pro has a 5000mAh battery that I found to be excellent in our tests. If the ZenFone 8 Mini achieves something similar with a small size, it will certainly have some demand. Especially because autonomy seems to be the great Achilles heel of the iPhone 12 mini.
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