ASUS is currently in the works of developing their next-generation smartphone, the Zenfone 11. This upcoming device is expected to be the successor to the Zenfone 10, which made its debut in June of last year. Recent sightings of the Zenfone 11 on certification websites such as Bluetooth SIG, SDPPI, and now the Google Play Console have provided some interesting details about the device.
ASUS Zenfone 11 on Google Play Console
The ASUS Zenfone 11 has been listed on the Google Play Console certification website under the model number ASUS_AI2401, confirming its name. The render displayed in the listing showcases the smartphone with a center-aligned punch-hole cutout surrounded by thin bezels. On the right edge, there are power and volume rocker keys.
According to the Play Console certification, the ASUS Zenfone 11 is equipped with a SoC (System on Chip) model numbered QTI SM8650, which corresponds to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. However, the CPU configuration mentioned is a bit confusing. It states that the device has a Kyro 9xx core clocked at 3.30GHz, five Kyro 9xx cores at 3.2GHz, and two Kyro 9xx cores at 2.3GHz. Additionally, the onboard GPU is listed as Adreno 830, which contradicts the fact that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 should have the Adreno 750. Therefore, the accuracy of the processor details on the Zenfone 11 remains uncertain. The listing also mentions that the device will come with 16GB of RAM and will ship with Android 14 OS out of the box.
Furthermore, the Google Play Console listing reveals that the ASUS Zenfone 11 will feature a display resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels and a screen density of 420 dpi.
Unveiling of the Zenfone 11
If ASUS follows its usual mid-year launch timeline, there is still some time before the company unveils their next flagship device, the Zenfone 11. Fans and tech enthusiasts alike eagerly await further information and official announcements from ASUS regarding the specifications and features of this highly anticipated smartphone.