It’s not that long ago that Asus launched its ZenFone Max Plus M1. Nevertheless, the successor is apparently already in the starting blocks, as a certification at the EEC shows. And that betrays synonymous first Specs.
Only in February of this year, the ZenFone Max Plus M1 appeared with exciting extras, such as a giant battery and a dual camera with wide-angle lens. But apparently, Asus is already working on making its own device, as Giz China reports.See More: Panasonic launches new budget smartphone Eluga I2 Activ
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Will new ZenFones be coming soon?
Accordingly, the European Commission EEC already certified the successor ZenFone Max Plus M2 a few days ago with the number ZB631KL. Also certified by the EEC was the ZenFone Max M2 with the model numbers ZB633KL. This fact could argue that the release of smartphones will not be long in coming.
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Unfortunately, we do not learn much more through the certification. Because the EEC provides very few details about the equipment of the devices. It is only stated that they should be shipped with a preinstalled version of Android 8.