[Rumor] ASUS Zenfone 7 will be released in two models

Asus Zenfone 7 with Triple camera

The Zenfone 7, the new flagship Zenfone series from ASUS. This phone will be the flagship series in 2020.

Normally, it’s time for prototype leakage and images provided, but maybe the security against information leakage is very tight. There is almost no specific information about this Zenfone 7.

Meanwhile, new interesting information about Zenfone 7 is out. ASUS Zenfone 7 has two models, “Regular” and “Lite”?

ASUS Zenfone 7 has two models, "Regular" and "Lite"

It was posted in the comments section of the NOTEBOOK CHECK site, by a user named Pyohuu. He commented:

Zenfone 7 Series will have 2 models, one is regular Zenfone 7 with SD865 and another is “Lite” with SD765 although I don’t know the actual name. They will be released in July or August.

According to this, the ASUS Zenfone 7 has a regular model with SD865 chipset and a “Lite” model with SD765 chipset.

However, it seems that the real name of the low price version is unknown.

Also, it looks like the release time is July or August.

Asus will Release Zenfone 7 in July or August?

By the way, it was also reported that Asus Zenfone 7 and ROGPhone 3 were released in the second or third quarter of the question and answer session about the announcement of financial results the other day.

Previously, Asus released the Zenfone 6 in May 2019 last year, the premium model Zenfone series.

However, since last year, Asus has made minor lineup configuration changes, placing models that are not marked as high-end models equipped with SD855.

On the other hand, last year there was no cheap version of Zenfone 6. So it would be very interesting if this “Zenfone 7 Lite” existed.

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According to official information a few months ago, Zenfone 7 will support 5G. So the price will be higher than the previous model, but if there is a cheap version, Zenfone users in the low price range won’t miss it. Maybe it has a purpose.

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