Over the past few years, ASUS smartphones have been clearly divided into categories: the Zenfone line consists of compact flagships, and the ROG Phone devices are larger models aimed at gamers. It seems that this year the Zenfone line will be replenished with a smartphone with an unusually large screen. We are talking about Zenfone 11 Ultra, renders and characteristics of which appeared on the Internet this week.
From the name of the device, it becomes clear that Zenfone 11 Ultra will likely be an enlarged version of Zenfone 11. In terms of design, the device almost completely replicates the look of ROG Phone 8. Along with renderings of the packaging and the smartphone itself, detailed specifications of the future new product have appeared on the Internet.
According to the source, Zenfone 11 Ultra will have a 6.78-inch AMOLED LTPO display with support for a resolution of 2400 × 1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 144 Hz (ROG Phone 8 uses a panel with a refresh rate of 165 Hz). At the top of the display there will be a hole that will house a 32-megapixel front camera. As for the main camera, the Zenfone 11 Ultra will have a triple camera consisting of a 50 MP Sony IMX890 sensor, a module with a telephoto lens and a 32 MP sensor, and a 13 MP wide-angle module.
It is reported that the hardware basis of the Zenfone 11 Ultra will be the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor combined with 16 GB of LPDDRX RAM and a 512 GB UFS 4.0 drive. Autonomy will be provided by a 5500 mAh battery with support for wired charging up to 65 W and wireless charging up to 15 W. The smartphone will be available in black, blue, grey, green and orange body colors. When exactly Asus plans to introduce the Zenfone 11 Ultra and how much it will cost is still unknown.