Asus is gearing up to launch it's Zenfone 5 series at the MWC 2018 later this month and the company has also sent out invites for the same. Meanwhile, WinFuture's Roland Quandt points back to a January benchmark of a (not so) mysterious Asus X017DA prototype as further corroboration of a Snapdragon 660 processor and 4GB RAM inside the ZenFone 5 Lite. Asus has a tradition of launching at least three phones at a time, so the leaks surrounding the Zenfone 5 Lite may be legit. Asus might go with on-screen navigation keys with the entire Zenfone 5 series.
As mentioned, the Zenfone 5 Lite is said to feature dual cameras both at the rear and at the front. As for the design, the smartphone appears to feature the 18:9 display, which has sort of become the norm in the mobile device industry.
Despite having enough space at the front, the ZenFone 5 Lite doesn't feature a physical home button. We think that number could have been halved if ASUS didn't release Lite, Pro, and Plus variants for each phone. On the back, we can notice a vertically placed camera setup in the middle, with the LED-flash sitting next to it. From the specifications proclaimed by Blass, the Zenfone 5 Lite will be a selfie-centric smartphone as you will get two 20-megapixel sensors on the front, while the rear cameras will see a pair of 16-megapixel sensors. Aside from the Zenfone 4 series it also launched other phones like the Zenfone AR, Zenfone Live, and Zenfone Max Plus. We already know that it will be quad camera smartphone just like the Honor 9i which was launched in India previous year.
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