The ASUS Zenfone 11 Appears On The Google Play Store With Unexpected SoC Details
It is said that ASUS is developing the Zenfone smartphone of the future generation. The Zenfone 11, which is anticipated to launch as the replacement for the Zenfone 10, which made its debut in June of last year, is the next offering. The gadget is already visible on the websites for the SDPPI and Bluetooth SIG certifications. Recently, the Zenfone 11 has appeared on the Google Play Console, disclosing some unexpected details.
A glimpse of the ASUS Zenfone 11 on Google Play Console
Model number ASUS_AI2401 is used on the Google Play Console certification page to identify the ASUS Zenfone 11. It validates the phone’s name. The smartphone is depicted in the listing’s render with a punch-hole cutout in the centre encircled by narrow bezels. On the right edge are rocker keys for volume and power.
The ASUS Zenfone 11 is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC type, QTI SM8650, according to the Play Console certification. A single Kyro 9xx core operating at 3.30GHz, five Kyro 9xx cores operating at 3.2GHz, and two Kyro 9xx cores operating at 2.3GHz make up the CPU configuration. Onboard graphics is an Adreno 830 GPU. Since the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 includes the Adreno 750, this is very perplexing, especially with regard to the GPU. As a result, it appears that the Zenfone 11’s processing specifications are inaccurate. According to the ad, the tablet comes pre-installed with Android 14, and there is 16GB of RAM available.
The ASUS Zenfone 11 will have a screen density of 420 dpi and a resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels, according to the Google Play Console entry.
If ASUS stays true to its mid-year launch schedule, there is still time for the company to reveal the next Zenfone flagship.