ASUS Zenfone 3 Zoom passes TENAA certification, nears release date
Over at ASUS right now, we have reason to think that what is on their mind most of the time is the new Zenfone 3 family that they have introduced and with the success that they are seeing across all devices in this family, it is little wonder that they are concentrating on it. Being one of the most complete family of devices out there with the option of catering to entry levels, mid rangers and even high end pursuers with just the same family heading, this one is surly destined for greatness and ASUS is committed to expanding the members of this family.
Right now, they have had the Zenfone 3 Zoom clear itself from the TENAA office and given that the device was listed under the same name when it was getting its certification from Bluetooth SIG, the name is further confirmed from the FCC clearance in the US.
So far, we have been able to find out that the device would be powered by a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipsets and have various options when it comes to RAM and internal storage space. Fr example, you would be able to choose between 2GB, 3GB and 4GB RAM CPU variants of the device and also, be presented with an array of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models to back it up with.
With a fingerprint sensor on the back of everything, the Marshmallow device would be powered by a 4850mAh battery unit.
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