Asus has managed to make a device that signals a new generation of smartphones with all-screen designs and outlandish camera setups. This phone doesn’t have a regular selfie camera; instead, whenever you take a selfie, the rear camera flips around the top of the device. The theatre of all this is pretty fascinating.
Asus 6Z specifications:
6.4-inch FHD+ LCD display | Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor | 6GB/8GB RAM | 64GB/128GB/256GB storage | 48MP, f/1.79 + 13MP ultra wide (125 degree) dual flip cameras | 5,000mAh battery | AndroidPie with ZenUI 6
Asus 6Z price in India: Rs 31,999 to Rs 39,999
Asus 6Z review: Design, display
The 6Z has a curved rear that blends into metal chassis, while the Corning Gorilla Glass 6 protects the front. The phone does remind one of the ROG Phone, but I am glad to see that Asus is finally done with the concentric circle design.
Asus 6Z review: Flip-up camera
As the Asus 6Z doesn’t have a selfie camera, the phone takes selfies using the rear cameras. This solution is different from a pop-up design — but other companies have also tried using the rear camera for selfies before. Open the camera app and the dual rear-facing lenses can be used in a regular fashion. Switch to selfie mode and the camera housing flips over to the top of the phone. This changes everything.