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ASUS Zenfone 10 shown in detail with headphone jack and thinner bottom bezel than Zenfone 9

ASUS Zenfone 10 shown in detail with headphone jack and thinner bottom bezel than Zenfone 9
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The Zenfone 10 will combine a 200 MP primary camera with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. (Image source: @rquandt & WinFuture)
The Zenfone 10 will combine a 200 MP primary camera with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. (Image source: @rquandt & WinFuture)

The launch of the Zenfone 9 is only a few days away, with ASUS having scheduled a launch event before the end of the month. In the meantime, a leaker has revealed the Zenfone 9 successor from all sides, outlining various changes including a slimmer bottom bezel.

ASUS has already confirmed several details about the Zenfone 10, including its June 29 release date. Evan Blass also shared a few renders of the forthcoming flagship, upon which Roland Quandt has now expanded with images of the device from all sides. Evidently, ASUS has created the Zenfone 10 in five colour options, one more than its predecessor.

However, ASUS did not sell all colour options globally; for example, the red version of the Zenfone 9 is unavailable in the UK. Thus, ASUS may hold back some of the colour options shown below for this summer’s Zenfone 10. At any rate, the Zenfone 10 retains a 3.5 mm jack, unlike many modern flagships, Xperia 1 V excluded. Additionally, ASUS will continue to offer ZenTouch, its multi-function button that serves as a fingerprint sensor, a power button and an alternative scrolling method.

ASUS has subtly tweaked the design of the Zenfone 9 too, with fewer logos adorning the back of the Zenfone 10. Moreover, the new leaked renders confirm that the Zenfone 10 has a thinner bottom bezel than its predecessor. All other bezels appear unchanged, though. The Zenfone 10 will start at US$749 with 256 GB of storage. A 512 GB of storage variant will also be available, although it is unclear how much more ASUS will charge for this model.

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Alex Alderson, 2023-06-22 (Update: 2023-06-22)

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