ASUS Zenfone 5 Pro reveals its specification in AnTuTu. We also know the release date and performance of the flagship ASUS. Is this a good flagship in 2018?
The gossip carousel about new ASUS Zenfone smartphones does not stop spinning, and new information arrives almost every day. Yesterday I shared with you the look of the ASUS Zenfone 5, whose screen with a characteristic notch makes it somewhat similar to the iPhone X, but there is nothing to insult. In my opinion, it looks good anyway. However, it should be remembered that according to the publishing policy of ASUS, it is a strong medium – not a flagship. If you've been waiting for a Taiwanese flagship, I have the first information about it. ASUS Zenfone 5 Pro, because it will probably be called, will flex its silicon muscles in AnTuTu. What do we have here? Above all, Android 8.0 Oreo. Fortunately, the producers are not trying to present flagships with Nougat.The heart of ASUS Zenfone 5 Pro will of course be Snapdragon 845, supported by 6 GB of RAM. Pay attention to the built-in memory – the benchmark gives 32 GB, which of course is impossible and should be treated as an error. Taiwanese are cautious when it comes to high screen resolutions – FullHD + is less than they will offer flagships in 2018. Proportions will change, now it's naturally 18: 9. At the end, the result remained. 238 thousand are still a lot less than Samsung Galaxy S9. This is quite interesting, because that one will have a display with a much higher resolution. Is the advantage of Exynos over Snapdragon so significant? We will wait for this answer for the premiere, and in the case of ASUS this is to take place on February 27 at MWC 2018. At the same time for several generations, I have the impression that ASUS does not believe in its success in the flagship shelf. The strongest medium is always the most promoted device, and the "Pro" version is probably created only to show that we also know how to do it. It is a pity, because after a very successful mid-range models, a well-priced flagship would have a chance to find a niche. And although ZenUI does not lie to me completely, I keep my fingers crossed for the new ASUS. Source: Droidholic