Some time ago Asus unveiled the ZenFone Zoom, which is a device that didn’t really impress users all too much, however, with the ZenFone 3 Zoom, Asus plans to change that.
It features a sleeker design that the original with a new dual-camera setup around the back that works in a similar way to the iPhone 7 Plus. One of the cameras has a F/1.7 aperture and a 25mm wide-angle lens, while the other is a 59mm camera with a 2.3x optical zoom.
Both of these cameras can shoot video at 12-megapixels and take advantage of Asus’ new TriTech+ autofocus system for sharper images. They also have dual-pixel phase detection autofocus with subject tracking autofocus and a new laser focus system.
To top that all off, the smartphone also features their new SuperPixel technology to intelligently adjust the ISO levels and reduce noise in post.
All of this is wrapped inside of a full metal body that encases the smartphone’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor and 5,000mAh battery that promises a standby time of 42 days.
We don’t yet know about pricing or availability for the device, however, once we do we will let you know.