The productivity-focused Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 is coming on December 11, three rear cameras in tow
Asus released its Zenfone Max Pro M1 earlier in the year, with the device quickly becoming a fan favorite due to its hefty battery and extremely competitive price tag. The company is set to follow up that device with a direct successor in the Zenfone Max Pro M2, and official teaser images have surfaced.
According to the images, the mid-range device could feature three rear cameras. The images themselves don’t show the vertically-aligned tri-rear camera setup in full, leaving the possibility of the last 'sensor' being an LED flash instead of an actual sensor. We believe that to be intentional, though, and it's almost certain that what is shown is, in fact, a triple camera setup.
The images also show the device with a rectangular notch. Notches—or big rectangular notches anyway—appear to be on the way out but it would appear that Asus didn’t receive the memo. Beside the notch are two status bar icons that allude to the device running on stock Android.
Other details of the phone remain unknown but sources believe it will be powered by a Snapdragon 660, an SoC that, while more than enough for daily usage, is getting a bit long in the tooth. It could also feature 6 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of storage. We expect the battery to remain the same as its predecessor, since 5000 mAh is ample enough.