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Asus Zenfone 3 Could be launched May or June 2016

The Chinese & Taiwan based mobile makers are certainly making some serious efforts to make their mobiles reached every nook & corner of the world at affordable rates. For example of Xiaomi (the Chinese maker) and the Asus (the Taiwan based mobile maker) are certainly some of the best in class mobile maker from the respective countries. When it comes to the Asus, their ZenFone series really offering them effective confidence to launch several new mobiles under their belt. Apparently, their ZenFone 2 made effective reach, simply because, this is the World’s First Mobile to have 4GB RAM indeed. The rumors for the upcoming mobile from the same maker keeps skyline.
Asus Zenfone 3 Could be launched May or June 2016
Asus Zenfone 3 Could be launched May or June 2016
The Next Generation Asus ZenFone 3 Coming Soon:

The words about the upcoming Asus ZenFone 3 mobile has been keep increasing day by day. The initial hypes were now turned to be the expectations from the mobile users. One of the Taiwan based supply chain maker today stated that, Asus is already working on the ZenFone 3 Smartphone. They also hinted that, the same couldn’t hit the market with the first quarter of 2016. Some of the tech & market experts believes that, Asus could launch their ZenFone 3 device only by May or June 2016 indeed.

The Wait is Good with Asus ZenFone 3:

Though it seems a long wait to handle device, the same is now turned to be worthy. This is especially because, it could be featured with the Sporty Fingerprint Scanner. Interestingly, this is the first mobile from Asus to be featured with the Fingerprint sensor for sure. Remember Apple brought the feature with their iPhone 5s, whilst other global makers, such as Samsung followed then. This new feature has been confirmed by Asus CEO Jerry Shan right 6 months back, i.e. during the launching of Asus ZenFone 2 indeed.

So far we've seen fingerprint sensors in high-end phones as well as some mid-rangers, but in the future these are likely to become much more prevalent. Because of increased orders, the price of a fingerprint sensor could fall to $5 in 2016. That drop in costs is probably one of the reasons for its inclusion in the ZenFone 3. Fingerprint scanners are expected to be featured in 50% of smartphones in the future, up from around 30% nowadays.

20 Million Devices Shipped by Asus in 2015:


According to the statistics released by Asus, the maker shipped around 20 million devices in the year 2015. This number is expected to be raised up to 50% in the upcoming 2016. After the grand success in Brazil, Taiwan, India, Russia and SouthEast Asia, Asus is now looking some new markets across Asia and Africa.

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